Mr. Gugliuzza is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. He received a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) degree with honors from DePaul University before graduating cum laude from the Loyola University Chicago School of Law. He has also completed several classes towards a Juris Doctor degree in economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
While in law school, Mr. Gugliuzza was the student director of Loyola's Federal Tax clinic and was the CALI Award Recipient in the estate planning, estate and gift tax, federal tax clinic, and advanced legal research courses (the CALI Award is given for the highest grade in a class). Following law school, Mr. Gugliuzza joined the firm of Spain, Spain & Varnet, P.C. in Chicago where he concentrated his practice in the fields of estate planning, disability law, real estate law, and general probate.
Mr. Gugliuzza was inspired early in his career by a book written by Norman Dacey named How to Avoid Probate. Mr. Dacey had dedicated his career to educating the world on the burdens of probate and offering them a solution in the inter-vivos trust. Mr. Gugliuzza hopes to build on the work of Mr. Dacey in the modern age by using the internet as a way to educate people and provide them with the documents that were previously only available in books.
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