A declaration of trust is a legal tool used in estate planning. It is created by and reflects the wishes of the rightful owner of specific property with regard to the distribution of the item(s). It usually sets forth who should receive the item(s), when they will receive it/them, how the item(s) should be used, and so on.
Mr. McCullough joined the firm in 2002 following a clerkship in the New Jersey Appellate Division with the Honorable James J. Petrella, P.J.A.D. He is a graduate of Saint Peter’s College (now Saint Peter’s University) in Jersey City, New Jersey, and Seton Hall University School of Law.Mr. McCullough’s practice is primarily focused on civil litigation in both state and federal court. He has handled complex matters including shareholder oppression, business valuation, will contests, partnership disputes, property boundary disputes, breach of contract and restrictive covenants, employment discrimination, new home construction defects, and private nuisance cases. He has also represented clients in eminent domain cases and local land use challenges. Mr. McCullough has handled matters from preparation of pleadings, through discovery, dispositive motion practice, and trial.
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