Stephanie Frangos Hagan was installed as the President of the Morris County Bar Association on January 17th 2019. Stephanie was installed as the 120th President of the bar association but is only the 10th female President in the bar association’s history. She was sworn-in by the Assignment Judge of Morris County, the Honorable Stuart Minkowitz. The installation dinner was held at the Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park and was attended by 250 attorneys as well as family and friends. Stephanie looks forward to continuing to serve the members of the association in this new capacity.

Stephanie Frangos Hagan spoke on a custody panel dealing with proposed legislation regarding joint legal and physical custody at the annual Family Law Symposium on January 26th in New Brunswick, NJ.  The Symposium was attended by more than 700 attorneys.  She also lectured on this same topic in November 2018 for the Barry Croland Inn of Court.

Stephanie Frangos Hagan moderated a seminar for the Union County Bar Association/Family Law Committee in November 2018 on the Tax Cut and Job Act of 2017 and its effects on Alimony and Equitable Distribution in Family Law matters.


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