Steven Mignogna Appointed to Joint ACTEC/NCPJ Task Force
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) recently appointed Steven K. Mignogna, a Partner in the firm’s Haddonfield office, to its Joint ACTEC/NCPJ Task Force. The task force is a joint initiative between ACTEC and the National College of Probate Judges (NCPJ), and was created to coordinate projects between ACTEC and the NCPJ.
Mr. Mignogna is a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Lawyers and law professors are elected to be Fellows based on their outstanding reputation, exceptional skill, and substantial contributions to the field by lecturing, writing, teaching and participating in bar activities. It is their aim, and the goal of the College, to improve and reform probate, trust and tax laws, procedures, and professional responsibility. Mr. Mignogna is also a member of ACTEC’s Fiduciary Litigation Committee, as well as its Subcommittee on Fiduciary Surcharge and Damages/Remedies, and ACTEC’s Professional Responsibility Committee. He has also served as a lecturer for ACTEC and the National College of Probate Judges.
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel is a nonprofit association of lawyers and law professors skilled and experienced in the preparation of wills and trusts; estate planning; and probate procedure and administration of trusts and estates of decedents, minors and incompetents. The National College of Probate Judges is the only national organization exclusively dedicated to improving probate law and probate courts.
Mr. Mignogna focuses his practice on commercial litigation, with a concentration on probate matters, estates, fiduciaries, guardianships and real estate. He is Co-Chair of the firm’s Estates and Trusts Department and Chair of the Estate and Trust Litigation Group. Mr. Mignogna has lectured and published extensively, both locally and nationally. He is principal author of the treatise, Estate and Trust Litigation, and editor and contributing author of The New Jersey Estate Planning Manual and The New Jersey Probate Procedures Book, all published by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.