John E. McCullough
John E. McCullough, Esq. focuses his practice on trusts, estates, business planning, and the related areas of business succession (exit) planning, asset protection planning, charitable planning and retirement planning. John has taken a special interest in the legal issues involved in sophisticated estate and multigenerational wealth planning. He has spoken widely and taught classes and workshops about estate planning and related topics for clients, attorneys and other professionals. Prior to practicing law, John founded Retech, Inc., a medical device recycling firm in 1984 and sold the company in 1989. He earned his Juris Doctor (graduating magna cum laude) from the Howard University School of Law, and possesses a Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science from George Washington University. John is a member of the DC, Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts bars. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.
Mr. Urminder Aulakh has practiced law for more than two decades. An eclectic background, Mr. Aulakh brings to bear a Master of Accountancy and years of experience in tax, accounting and finance to bear on the practice of estates and trusts and corporate law. After earning his Master of Accountancy, Mr. Aulakh worked with The Great Bay Company, a Boston syndicator, where he helped structure multi-million dollar syndicated investment deals. He was then involved in a variety of tax and financial engagements with the Washington, DC offices of Grant Thornton, an international accounting and advisory firm. Mr. Aulakh possesses a Juris Doctor (1992, Howard University School of Law), a Master of Accountancy (1986, George Washington University) and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (1984, University of Maryland, College Park). He is a member of District of Columbia and State of Maryland bars. He was born in India, and spent his formative years in London and Glasgow.