Mr. Sedelmeyer’s practice includes counseling individuals in all aspects of estate and business succession planning, including any related elder law or special needs issues. His special needs planning and guardianship practice includes assisting in the preparation of Special Needs Trusts, and if necessary, the counseling of families through the process of obtaining guardianship for their loved ones with disabilities, mental illness, or reduced cognitive abilities.
Mr. Sedelmeyer’s practice also includes counseling foundations and not-for-profit corporations in all aspects of operation and governance, including assistance with formation and dissolution.
Prior to joining Boylan Code, Mr. Sedelmeyer was an Associate at Hinman, Howard & Kattell, LLP in Binghamton, New York, where he practiced in their Trusts, Estates & Wealth Planning Practice Group as well as their Not-for-Profit Corporation and Foundations Practice Group.
Broome County Bar Association, June 27, 2014 CLE Program, Updates and Changes to Not-for-Profit Formation and Governance; New York Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 (“The Act”)
Broome County Bar Association, March 29, 2018 Elder Law CLE Program, NY 529 and 529 ABLE Accounts
Jeremy is excited to be returning to Rochester, where he attended St. John Fisher College and was a member of their Football team for four years. For the past 5 years, Jeremy has been practicing law in his hometown of Binghamton, where he was very active in the community. Jeremy served on the governing boards for several local not-for-profits, including, ACHIEVE, Inc. (the Broome-Chenango-Tioga Chapter of the ARC, NY), Catholic Charities of Broome County, Catholic Education Foundation of the Southern Tier and Meals on Meals of Western Broome. In addition to volunteering his time on boards, Jeremy was also a frequent lecturer at different community events on various estate, special needs planning, and guardianship related topics.