Andrew J. Cevasco has established himself as an experienced and successful personal and business advisor. He has handled a broad array of matters over his 30 year career ranging from transactional matters to a variety of trials in both the Law and Chancery Divisions of the N.J. Superior Court for business and individual clients. He appears regularly in Court in will contests, trust litigation and probate matters. He prepares Wills, Trusts and related estate planning documents, and is experienced in the administration of estates and trusts. He also represents clients with regard to guardianship and elder law issues. He lectures often in the areas of estate and tax planning and estate litigation. He has been appointed by the Court to represent minors and allegedly incapacitated persons in both contested and uncontested matters.
Tony concentrates his practice in the area of commercial litigation, with an emphasis in litigation involving probate matters, estates, trusts, guardianships, and fiduciaries. Tony has represented institutions and individuals in a variety of contexts, including banks, corporate fiduciaries, executors, trustees, beneficiaries of estates and trusts, incapacitated persons, surviving spouses, and intestate heirs. He has handled cases involving will contests, undue influence, diminished capacity, contested guardianships, breach of fiduciary duty, and accountings of estates and trusts
Daphne focuses her practice in the areas of estate and trust administration and estate and tax planning. She represents and advises financial institutions, high-net-worth individuals, individual and corporate fiduciaries, and nonprofit and charitable entities. Daphne has a wealth of experience in counseling and representing financial institutions, both with regard to fiduciary risk management and with regard to the administration of individual fiduciary accounts within the context of corporate oversight.
Don concentrates his practice in the area of estate litigation, including will contests, disputes between fiduciaries and beneficiaries, guardianship matters and accountings. Prior to joining Archer & Greiner, Don served for 25 years as counsel to the Surrogate of Camden County. Don reviewed wills for submission to probate in the Camden County Surrogate’s Court. Don reviewed all probate pleadings filed in the Superior Court in Camden County, including the audit of all fiduciary accountings filed during his 25-year tenure.
Eimi specializes in the area of Estate Planning and Estate Administration. Eimi’s estate planning practice includes planning for both simple and complex estates. Her services include drafting basic and tax planning Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney and Advance Medical Directives, as well as preparing trust documents necessary to preserve family wealth and minimize tax consequences. Eimi also assists clients with gifting and transfers of family assets and closely-held businesses. Eimi’s estate administration practice includes all aspects of probate matters. including intestacy proceedings, probate of Wills, marshaling estate assets and providing an inventory, preparation and filing of Federal and New Jersey and New York estate tax returns, preparation of formal and informal estate accountings, and the final distribution of estate assets to the beneficiaries and heirs of the estate. Eimi also assists clients with post mortem estate planning opportunities. Eimi also represents clients in matters regarding Trust administration and Trust termination by way of informal agreement or formal court applications, including filing of accountings, as well as modification and revocation of Trusts by way of information agreement or by court application.
Frank R. Demmerly, Jr. is a Stockholder in the law firm of Archer & Greiner, P.C. He provides estate planning, estate administration and estate and gift tax advice. Taking into account client’s personal and tax objective, he provides Wills, Trusts, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts (“ILIT”S”), Power-of-Attorney, Healthcare Proxies, Living Wills, planning and implementation of simple and complex gifting programs (which may use GRAT’S, QPRT’S and other complex techniques), Charitable Remainder trusts, Charitable Foundations, and other estate planning services. He assists clients with the complexities of administration of estates including probate, the preparation and filing of estate tax returns and estate and trust funding and distributions .
Greg has an active and diverse Litigation practice with focus in trust and fiduciary litigation, estate disputes, nursing home and long term care facility representation, and representation of offices of county government. Greg has handled estate litigation in multi-million dollar estates, and is regularly appointed by the court to study Probate Part disputes and make recommendations to the court. In these areas of practice, Greg regularly handles cases in the Law Division, Chancery Division, Probate and General Equity Parts, the Office of Administrative Law, the Appellate Division and the Department of Health and Senior Services Departmental Appeals Board. In these venues, Greg has over 15 years of experience litigating matters to successful resolutions and verdicts.
Kelly focuses her practice in the area of estate planning and estate administration. She represents clients in all aspects of estate, trust, and related tax matters, including planning for both simple and complex estates, and probate litigation. Kelly assists clients with drafting Last Wills and Testaments, revocable and irrevocable trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and Advance Healthcare Directives. She also assists clients with gifting and transfers of family assets and closely-held businesses. In the area of estate administration, Kelly represents clients in all aspects of probate matters, including intestacy proceedings, probate of Wills, marshaling and inventorying estate assets, preparation and filing of federal and state death tax returns, preparation of formal and informal estate accountings, and the final distribution of estate assets to the beneficiaries and heirs of the estate. She also assists clients with post-mortem estate planning opportunities.
Following Law School, Mr. Wohl served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the New Jersey Appellate Division serving with The Honorable Neil F. Deighan, Jr., The Honorable Patrick King and The Honorable Lawrence Bilder. Following his clerkship, he was then associated with Katzenbach, Gildea & Rudner of Lawrenceville, New Jersey and a partner with the law firms of Rubin & Wohl, P.C. and Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman, before joining Archer & Greiner. Mr. Wohl’s practice focuses on the areas of Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Probate, Complex Estate and Trust Litigation, Complex Real Estate Transactions, and Environmental and Land Use Litigation. Mr. Wohl has substantial experience in drafting estate planning documents, including Wills, Insurance Trusts, Personal Residence Trusts and Grantor Trusts. He provides counsel to both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in all aspects of the probate and estate administration, including the litigation of contested estates. Mr. Wohl’s real estate practice focuses on contracts for purchase and sale, leases and environmental issues related to real estate and land use.
Matthew represents clients in the area of estate litigation, with an emphasis in litigation involving will contests, disputes between fiduciaries and beneficiaries, guardianship matters, accountings, trust interpretation and reformation, and businesses.
Melissa Osorio Dibble is an associate in the Litigation Department. She concentrates her practice in the area of Estate and Trust Litigation. Melissa has handled all varieties of probate matters including will contests, actions against fiduciaries, and matters involving New Jersey's Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act.
Steven K. Mignogna, Esquire, is a shareholder in the Litigation Department of Archer & Greiner, A Professional Corporation. He specializes in commercial litigation, with a concentration on litigation involving probate matters, estates, trusts, gifts, fiduciaries, guardianships, and real estate. He is also Chair of the firm’s Estate and Trust Litigation Group. Steve has represented both institutions and individuals. The institutions include banks, corporate fiduciaries, investment companies, educational and charitable institutions, real estate firms, and title insurance companies. The individuals include the beneficiaries of estates and trusts, executors, trustees, guardians, incapacitated persons, surviving spouses, investors, realtors, and persons having an interest in real estate. He has handled an assortment of cases in the state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels.
Tara’s estate planning services include lifetime and end-of-life planning and related document preparation such as Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives, as well as lifetime giving, charitable planning, and business succession matters. Tara’s estate administration services are equally diverse. She represents families with complex estate and trust administration issues, which often includes complex post-mortem tax planning. She also represents individuals and corporate fiduciaries who serve as Executor, Trustee, and Guardian.