Firearm Trusts

Firearm Trusts

This is a special type of trust created for those with firearms. The typical gun trusts sets forth how a person’s firearms will be managed in case of their death or incapacity. Individuals usually choose to create a firearm trust for all NFA (National Firearms Act) firearms they have purchased. All firearms placed in a gun trust will pass to the designated beneficiaries without the need for the probate court process. Many people will place all their firearms in this gun trust including non-NFA firearms.

The main benefit to using a gun trust for your NFA firearms is that more than one individual may have access and use of the firearms if they are listed in the trust. Also, the firearms placed in the trust will pass to the beneficiaries without the need to involve the probate court process. If for some reason you become incapacitated while owning an NFA firearm, that firearm can be immediately taken away since it is illegal for any other person to have the firearm. Therefore, it is wise to create a firearm trust in case something were to happen your firearms will be left with the individuals you will list in your gun trust.

The trust is not recorded and is not a public document; rather it is to keep for your privacy and for your firearms. Although when you purchase an NFA firearm a copy of the trust must be sent with the application for the NFA firearm.

Why should I use an attorney instead of an online service?
Our firm will provide a number of added benefits when we create your gun trust. We create every gun trust specific to your own situation and your firearms. Contact us to learn more and see how we can be of service to you.

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