Christine Woodcock Dettor

Christine Woodcock DettorDirector and Legal Advisor

Christine practices in the areas of tax exempt organizations, trusts and estates and elder law. Christine represents not-for-profit organizations with regard to formation, federal and state tax matters and compliance, liability concerns, governance and the structuring of charitable gift planning to include the drafting of endowment funds, donor advised funds, charitable remainder trusts and other charitable planned giving vehicles.

Christine’s trusts and estates and estate planning experience includes the planning and preparation of wills and trusts that anticipate tax, family management issues, discounting of gifts and transfers of assets to children and grandchildren. Christine represents elderly and disabled individuals in the area of elder law and provides guidance asset protection, Medicaid planning and guardianship matters.

Christine is a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law and Wellesley College.



News & Events

Public Meetings in September

Venture Jobs Foundation will host a series of public meetings during September 2019 to inform people about the opportunities with its Rochester Loan Fund. The dates of the public meetings are: * Monday September 16 Arnett Branch Public Library at 2:00 and 6:00 pm * Thursday September 26 Spot Coffee, East Ave at 6:00 pm * Friday September 27 Spot Coffee, East Ave at 7:30 am Click here for more information about the Rochester Loan Fund

JPMorgan grant to create jobs program

The Venture Jobs Foundation on Thursday announced it has received a $100,000.00 grant from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to establish the VJF Jobs Kitchen program. By: Rochester Business Journal Staff June 2, 2017

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