Stephanie K. Annunziata

Associate

SAnnunziata@shaheengordon.com
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Stephanie Annunziata is a litigation associate at Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. She focuses her practice on contested probate matters, including guardianship, trust administration and probate administration. She enjoys helping families navigate through conflict.

Her focus on families extends to her interest in Artificial Reproduction Technology (A.R.T.) and the intersection of A.R.T. with probate and family law. In this corresponding practice, Stephanie assists intended parents grow their families via surrogacy, gestational carriers, and adoption.

Stephanie is an energetic and tenacious counselor and advocate for her clients. She is especially adept as assisting families navigating the legal system for the first time.

Stephanie is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, as well as the corresponding federal courts for both states.

Legal Education & Career

Stephanie has been with the firm since 2016.

She is an active member of New Hampshire Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. In 2018, Stephanie received the Ann N. Butenhof Award for her service to the Chapter and her contribution to the practice of elder law.

Stephanie graduated from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law with dual concentrations in family law and general litigation. During her time at Cardozo, Stephanie earned a place on the Moot Court Honor Society and served as an editorial board member during her third year. Stephanie gained valuable experience as a member of the competitively-selected Guardianship Clinic and the Uncontested Divorce Clinic. In 2013, Stephanie was awarded the Jacob Burns Medal for her contributions to the law school.


Admissions

  • New Hampshire Bar
  • Massachusetts Bar
  • U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Education

  • B.A., Quinnipiac University
  • J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

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