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do I need to change my Trust address

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by dubs chops, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. dubs chops

    dubs chops Sharpshooter

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    I moved and my trust still has the old address on it. Can I just amend it myself or do I have to submit that to the ATF?
     
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    NM Found some good info from someone who practices Law on arfcom

    here it is for anyone else that ends up looking.

    Assuming you are the grantor of the trust, and assuming your trust even has an address is it (most don't), all you need to do is amend the trust. Here is how, type this on a blank sheet of paper:

    Amendment to the XYZ Trust

    I, John Doe, as the grantor of the XYZ Trust, do hereby amend the XYZ Trust to change its address to 123 Main St. Nowhere TX 75201 effective immediately.

    /s/ John Doe /s/
    John Doe, Grantor
    5/22/2011

    Then get it notarized (notarization may not be a technical requirement but no harm in getting it notarized). If you are moving in state there is no requirement to notify the ATF (though you can if you want by writing a letter to the NFA branch) if you are moving out of state fill out a 5320.20.

    Christopher Bass
    Law Office of Christopher Bass
    Dallas, Texas
    214-596-8314

    Texans, ask about my $300 NFA trusts for AR15 members!
     

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