We will handle all matters to help you put an effective gun trust in place.
Under the National Firearms Act of 1934 (the NFA) and Title II of the Gun Control Act of 1968, certain weapons are highly regulated—machine guns, silencers, short-barreled shotguns and rifles, and other weapons. To transfer the ownership of such weapons, you must obtain approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and must pay a tax. There’s an alternative that can help you avoid the hassle of complying with federal transfer requirements on these types of weapons—a gun trust. We can help.
You need the trust to be properly prepared and implemented, though, so you want an attorney with significant knowledge and understanding of these unique legal tools. We have a comprehensive knowledge of how to prepare and execute an effective gun trust.
Gun Trust Attorney
We will handle all matters to help you put an effective gun trust in place. With our experienced counsel, you’ll be able to implement a trust that:
Allows for multiple users of a gun held in trust
Avoids transfer upon the death of one of the current owners
Eases the burden on the executor of your estate
Helps you keep the value of your guns out of probate
Proactively addresses and eliminates potential future transfer restrictions on the firearms
Black & Davison did an exceptional job with the services they provided to me. They were both professional and knowledgeable. My services were completed fast, accurately, and hassle-free. Every question I had was answered in a timely manner.Chad White, Carlisle, PA