About Adam Gunderson

Adam practices primarily in the areas of business and family-based immigration, trusts and estate planning, and business planning. Contact Adam today at 480-750-7337 or by email at adam@www.gundersonlawgroup.com.
Jun 12, 2017

PRIMER ON ASSET PROTECTION: PART 2 How to Protect your Assets from the Costs of Nursing Home Care

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Primer on Asset Protection: Part 2 How to Protect your Assets from the Costs of Nursing Home Care This is Part 2 in our series, A Primer on Asset Protection Law. In Part 1, we discussed asset protection in the business context. In the coming weeks, we will address other aspects of asset protection law [...]

May 30, 2017

A Primer on Asset Protection Law: Part 1 Asset Protection for Businesses and Business Owners

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A Primer on Asset Protection Law: Part 1 Asset Protection for Businesses and Business Owners Many of our clients are already business owners or are entrepreneurially-minded individuals who are considering starting a new venture. When counseling with these clients, there are a variety of asset-protection issues that seem to come up on a regular basis. [...]

May 16, 2017

A Primer on Asset Protection Law

By | May 16th, 2017|asset protection, Business Planning, Estate Planning|0 Comments

A Primer on Asset Protection Law Clients often ask us about the best way to protect their assets from unnecessary taxation, risk, and potential unknown creditors. Other clients are surprised when we explain that their assets may be exposed to these kinds of liabilities. There is a common misperception that asset protection in Mesa, [...]

May 1, 2017

5 Questions Every Estate Plan Should Answer

By | May 1st, 2017|Estate Planning|0 Comments

5 Questions Every Estate Plan Should Answer 1. What will happen to my kids? In the event of a tragedy, this is the first thing that goes through every parent’s mind. Yet, despite this important concern, we often prepare more detailed instructions to our babysitter who will be watching our kids for an evening, than [...]

Apr 24, 2017

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 5: Remaining Options

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An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 5: Remaining Options This is the fifth part in our Series: An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law. In Part 1, we talked about the distinction between immigration status and a visa. In Part 2, we talked about the distinction between immigrant and non-immigrant status. In Part 3, we [...]

Apr 17, 2017

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 4: Employment and Business-Based Options

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An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 4: Employment and Business-Based Options This is the fourth part in our Series: An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law. In Part 1, we talked about the distinction between immigration status and a visa. In Part 2, we talked about the distinction between immigrant and non-immigrant status. In Part [...]

Apr 10, 2017

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 3: Family-Based Immigration Options

By | April 10th, 2017|Immigration|0 Comments

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 3: Family-Based Immigration Options This is the third part in our Series: An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law. In Part 1, we talked about the distinction between immigration status and a visa. In Part 2, we talked about the distinction between immigrant and non-immigrant status. Today, we’re going [...]

Apr 3, 2017

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 2: The “Green Card” and the Difference between Immigrant & Nonimmigrant Status

By | April 3rd, 2017|Immigration|0 Comments

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 2: The “Green Card” and the Difference between Immigrant & Nonimmigrant Status This is the second part in our series: An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law. In Part 1, we talked about the important distinction between a person’s immigration status and their visa. Today, we’re going to talk [...]

Mar 28, 2017

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law, Part 1

By | March 28th, 2017|Immigration|0 Comments

An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law U.S. Immigration law and policy has been in the news a lot lately. It seems that no matter where you look, you can find someone with an opinion on immigration. Still, there are a lot of people with a lot of questions. The reality is that immigration law is [...]

Aug 8, 2016

Estate Planning for Young Families

By | August 8th, 2016|Estate Planning|0 Comments

Estate Planning for Young Families There is a common misconception that only wealthy families with a lot of property need an estate plan. This may have something to do with the term “estate” which often conjures up images of vast tracts of land or complex assortment of family assets. In reality, the word “estate” is [...]

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