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Gerard Antetomaso



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Gerard “Jerry” Antetomaso is a Partner of the firm. Gerard has served as Chair of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association Real Property Law Section and is a past chair of the Monroe County Bar Association Real Estate Section. Jerry is the past President of The Estate Planning Council of Rochester and past member of the Monroe County Bar Association Trust and Estates Council. In addition to having held positions with various community organizations and charities, he most recently served as chair of the St. John Fisher College Planned Giving Advisory Committee. He lives in Perinton with his wife, Michele. He is a graduate of St. John Fisher University and Albany Law School.

Overview & Experience

Jerry Antetomaso has been practicing law for over 30 years and concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate, trusts & estates and business law. Mr. Antetomaso previously worked with the firms of Culley Marks et al. and Pettig, Overbeck and Reid and most recently operated his own practice for over 22 years. As a complement to his work as an attorney, Jerry has extensive experience in dispensing business counsel. From daily operational matters to long term succession issues, his focus is on maximizing value and mitigating complexity. He endeavors to help clients identify what is important to them and provides counsel in ways that achieve the ends clients wish to pursue. It is the depth of his attention to details beyond the strictly legal that has made Jerry a trusted family and business advisor for over three decades. He recognizes that when clients choose to spend their hard-earned money for legal services it is usually on a matter foremost on their minds at the time.

Awards & Honors

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2022 – “Power 20 Real Estate Law” – The Daily Record

2021-Present – “Distinguished Award” – Martindale-Hubbell

2021-Present – “Top Attorney” – Avvo

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