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J Weidner

Jennifer N. Weidner, Esq.
Vice President - Trust Administration Officer
(585) 419-0670 x36221


Jennifer brings over 20 years of trust & estate planning and administration experience. She joined CNB’s Wealth Strategies Group in 2014 as Vice President and Trust Administration Officer. In this role, Jennifer supports the business initiatives of the Wealth Strategies Group along with the planning and administration of client fiduciary accounts, including those with our affiliate, Canandaigua National Trust Company of Florida.

Prior to joining CNB, Jennifer was partner in the Trust & Estate Group at the law firm of Boylan Code, where she specialized in trust and estate planning & administration, and transfer tax planning for high net worth individuals and business owners.  Jennifer currently holds her license to practice law in New York State and the State of Florida.


Brandeis University
University of Buffalo, Juris Doctor, magna cum laude


NYS Bar Association, Chair of the TELS Membership Committee
Monroe County Bar Association, Trust & Estate Section
Estate Planning Council of Rochester, Director, Executive Committee
Foodlink, Inc., Leadership Committee
Rochester Rehabilitation Center, past Board Member
Monroe Community College Foundation, past Board Member


Podcast: Recent Changes in NY Law Impacting Your Estate Plan
Selecting a trustee: it’s no easy task
The Benefits of Planning for Incapacity
Transfer-On-Death Accounts: The Complexity of a “Simple Plan”
Welcoming CNB Wealth Strategies Group's Newest Member: Jennifer N. Weidner, Esq.
Will changes in estate tax keep you in NY or send you packing?