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Ms. Hsu-Hulseberg concentrates her practice in estate planning and probate and trust administration. She advises clients regarding estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer tax issues, as well as non-tax issues, such as planning for retirement, providing for family members with special needs, and planning for varied family situations. She prepares wills and trusts of all levels of complexity and also handles estate and trust administration. She enjoys developing relationships with clients that enable her to understand their families and their concerns; and she provides legal counsel and planning documents that are tailored to clients' unique circumstances.
Prior to joining Clingen, Callow & McLean, Ms. Hsu-Hulseberg clerked with the Minnesota Supreme Court before joining a large lawfirm in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she practiced in the areas of employee benefits and tax law. Ms. Hsu-Hulseberg is admitted to the bar in Illinois, Minnesota and Massachusetts.
J.D., Magna Cum Laude
University of Illinois College of Law, Champaign, IL
Bachelor of Science in Journalism
Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Illinois State Bar Association
DuPage County Bar Association, including Estate Planning and Probate Law Committee
Honors & Awards
Order of the Coif, University of Illinois College of Law
University of Illinois Law Review