Meet Jeff Guevin
Otter Creek Law

I was born and raised in Arizona and am something of a perpetual student, having earned a B.A. in International Relations and a Master of Urban Affairs from Boston University, and studied at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, the Community College of Vermont (accounting) and Arizona State University (electrical engineering).
Among other experiences, I worked on programs and policy in Massachusetts state government and spent two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa, where I helped found a locally-funded credit union that has gone from around 30 members to over 900. I took the Law School Admission Test in Ghana and returned to the United States in 2009. In 2012, I interned at the Vermont Superior Court – Environmental Division and graduated cum laude from Vermont Law School, where in my third year I taught legal writing as a Dean’s Fellow. I then joined Pratt Vreeland Kennelly Martin and White, Ltd. here in Rutland, as an elder-law associate and focused on elder law and property issues, including estate planning (including Medicaid, Veterans’ benefits, and special needs), trusts, probate, and real estate.
I enjoy working with people to solve problems that arise from the complex relationships between people and property (real, personal, and intellectual [trademarks, copyright]), divorce, taxes, business organization and succession (corporations & LLC’s), as well as family farms.

Jeffrey P. Guevin

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