Do I need a Gun Trust? Yes for NFA Firearms and Devices Should I put my current collection into a Trust? Absolutely not. A Trust is a legal entity created by a legal document that a “Grantor” signs to convey specific property and grant special powers and authority to “Trustees” to hold, use, and dispose […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Someone asked us about putting real estate (i.e. land) in a gun trust. “I have been thinking about adding Real Property and would like further instructions on how to go about doing that. Thanks” Here was our answer: Our NFA Firearms Trust is a specialized trust intended for the sole purposes described on the website. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
You received your gun trust document. Now what? This is really a very easy process that our many thousands of customers have done many times. No need to be intimidated, we’ll walk you through it. You just received your gun trust (and related documents and instructions) via email. Here are the next steps: Step 1: Execute […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
One of our customers sent me an article styled “The Truth About Gun Trusts – and How Attorneys Lie to Get your Money” by FirearmConcierge, dated January 26, 2014. In a somewhat long-winded rant, FirearmConcierge is funny and made some good points. But, he also missed the most important reasons why you should consider an […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Last Updated Jan, 2017 Get Started Today Don’t forget to read our Frequently Asked Questions: Intro There is a lot of information out there regarding the changes to the rules, so we decided to sift through all of it and provide you with what we think is the best […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
NONE OF THIS IS LEGAL ADVICE. THIS IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES. Update: What about the Proposed Changes to the Gun Trust rules? We wrote on that too, take a look at this page: Proposed Changes to the Gun Trust rules. What kind of assurance can I get from going through a site like […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Don’t forget to check out the Frequently Asked Questions. Someone recently submitted an interesting question that we’d like to address. The person asked: “Is yours multi-generational and will its holdings stand, under changes in the political climate, as being grandfathered assets. Meaning in the case of an asset being outlawed at some later date […]Continue Reading... No Comments.