Jennifer Pagnillo, co-chair of the firm's Tax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable Giving practice group, helps families and individuals in Connecticut and New York with tax and estate planning and estate and trust administration with an emphasis on charitable giving and the creation and operation of nonprofit organizations, including family foundations. She advises clients on:
Jennifer has represented nonprofit organizations from inception through attainment of tax-exempt status and has facilitated the development of charitable fund-raising programs. She was one of the New York City attorneys who volunteered in the citywide pro bono effort to aid families of the victims of the World Trade center attack.
Chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.), Trusts and Estates, 2023, Nonprofit/Charities Law, 2023
Recognized as an Empire State Counsel by the New York State Bar Association for pro bono commitment, 2014
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Estate Planning Council of Lower Fairfield County, President
Save the Children (Fairfield, CT), Professional Advisors Council, Former Member
Fairfield County's Community Foundation (Norwalk, CT), Chair, Professional Advisors Council; Former Co-Chair, Development Committee; Member, Board of Directors