Megan E. Campos has a diverse background in all aspects of international taxation. Her practice is focused on designing tax-efficient structures for international high-net-worth families and assisting them with their inbound and outbound investment planning, tax compliance matters, international trust and estate planning, and pre-immigration planning. She is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Megan is a native of Pennsylvania who relocated to Miami after spending the first three years of university abroad in Madrid, Spain, at the College for International Studies. She enrolled in the University of Miami, School of Law where she graduated cum laude in 2009 with both a J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation. While she was in the LL.M. program, Megan focused on international matters earning a concentration in international taxation.
During her time at the University of Miami, Megan was a member of the Inter-American Law Review and served as its Executive Editor during her final year, where she was awarded the Lillian L. Levy award for outstanding editorial work. During law school Megan was also a member of the Society of Bar & Gavel, the American Inns of Court and the Tax Law Society, and participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, helping low income taxpayers complete their income tax returns.
After graduation and admission to the Florida Bar, Megan gained experience as an associate in the international tax department of Greenberg Traurig before accepting the position of Director of International Taxation with Hernandez & Company, CPAs, in 2012. In that position she traveled throughout Latin America promoting the firm’s consulting and advisory practice. During that time she also founded and served as president of BLITA International, a global association of tax attorneys, accountants and consultants.
In 2015, Megan joined AMK as a member of its international tax practice where she specializes in assisting high-net-worth families with cross-border matters related to tax, trusts, pre-immigration planning, and multi-jurisdictional business and corporate matters. She has significant experience with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and has lectured on FATCA compliance issues to bankers at several large international banks with offices in Miami and throughout Latin America.
Megan is a member of the Tax Section of the Florida Bar, the Greater Miami Tax Institute and the London-based Society for Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP). She is also a notary public in the state of Florida.
Articles and Publications
Investment incentives in the United States, Canada and Spain: immigration and tax issues, NEWSL. OF THE INT’L BAR ASS’N LEGAL PRAC. DIVISION (IBA Legal Practice Division, London, U.K.), Feb. 2014, at 41.