Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice is pleased to welcome Megan Stumph as an associate in the firm’s Kansas City office, where her practice is focused on representing financial institutions in the areas of creditors’ rights, foreclosure, real estate, and general civil litigation cases.
Stumph has extensive experience representing financial institutions in a variety of matters. Before joining the firm, she was engaged in private practice, representing creditors in matters pertaining to mortgage foreclosure, real estate title disputes, medical collections, credit card and auto finance loan issues, and counterclaim defense. Additionally, she has been a panelist speaker at mortgage servicing conferences and has provided onsite training to several financial institutions concerning both state-specific and nationwide legal trends affecting the default servicing industry.
Stumph received her undergraduate degree from William Jewell College, and her law degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia. During law school, she competed in Board of Advocates events for trial advocacy and was a member of the Family Violence Clinic, providing legal assistance to victims of domestic violence.