Lee S. McCullough, III received a Master of Accountancy degree from Brigham Young University and a Juris Doctorate degree from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, where he graduated magna cum laude. In addition to his private law practice, Lee works as an adjunct professor at the law school at Brigham Young University and he is president-elect of the Utah Valley Estate Planning Council.
Lee represents the owners of many top companies including Skullcandy, Logoworks, Omniture, Apex Alarm, Raser Technologies, attask.com, Bluehost, vSpring Capital, Cirque Lodge, Wilson Audio, and more.
He has published many articles in trade association journals. He speaks regularly on tax and estate planning subjects to groups such as the American Institute of
Certified Public Accountants, the Utah State Bar, and the Financial Planning Association.
“A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold.” (Proverbs 22:1)
What You Can Expect From him:
He will give you a free initial consultation with complete confidentiality.
He will quote you a comprehensive fixed feewith no surprises.
He will give you the latest, most innovative and effective strategies.
He will provide legal services that are honest, ethical, and reliable.
He will give you personalized service I wont delegate your case to others.
He will implement your strategy in days, not months!
He will provide ongoing support for any plan that I help create.
His Clients Include . . .
. . . several NFL and NBA superstars, as well as the owners of many top companies including Skullcandy, Logoworks, Omniture, Apex Alarm, Raser Technologies,
atTask.com, Bluehost, vSpring Capital, Cirque Lodge, Wilson Audio, Sorenson Capital, and VitalSmarts.
Asset Protection Strategies
They provide ethical, legal, and effective asset protection planning for clients who are looking for greater peace of mind by protecting their assets from future liabilities. All fifty states and the federal government have passed many laws that support asset protection planning if it is done in advance of a problem. On the other hand, all fifty states and the federal government have also passed fraudulent transfer laws to limit your ability to protect assets from creditors.
Asset protection planning requires a working knowledge of fraudulent transfer law, civil procedure, property law, corporate law, partnership and LLC law, trust law, income tax law, estate tax law, and more, across many different jurisdictions. These laws constantly change as new statutes are passed and as new court cases are published. Because every client’s situation is different, every case requires a fresh analysis, updated research, and highly customized documents. There is no asset protection plan or product that
works for every situation.
Lee S. McCullough, III, PC
5255 N. Edgewood Dr., Suite 100
Provo, Utah 84604