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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Droff, Dec 30, 2015.

  1. Droff

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    I'm starting to look into setting up a trust for some "collector's items". There are many, many online sites that offer services in doing this, but not too hip on going that route entirely.
    Anyone have experience with GunTrustLawyer? https://www.guntrustlawyer.com/.
    The site looks good and he does deal with a local attorney to get things completed and meet state requirements. I've seen this site referenced on other sites as a good resource to get a trust done.

    I ran across this one as well, Arsenal Attorneys, https://www.arsenalattorneys.com/.
    It also looks decent, and they work with local attorneys as well. This site was listed on a Silencer site, just can't remember the name.

    Cost is a factor, I haven't gotten any cost info from either site yet. I have no issue with a local attorney, I just don't know one to utilize? Input?
    I did find this guy - http://www.davisudoka.com/.

    I'd like to get a trust for NFA firearms and my non-NFA gear, maybe a personal trust as well.
    Thanks.
     
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    dlbleak Moderator Staff Member

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    Drew, go see Tommy at Sooner State pawn. Problem solved...
     
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    This the way to go.
     
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    Matthew Winton in Edmond.

    3233 East Memorial Road, Suite 103
    405.478.4818 office
     
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    Member here - henschman. He is an attorney and he drew up my trust. Being enacted specifically for me by an attorney in practice is very nice. I can email or call Daniel anytime I have a problem or a question. Was either $200 or $300, I don't remember, but well worth the product and the peace of mind for the future.
     
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    I posted Winton backed by the EXACT same sentiment expressed by ^the Doc. The whole "my attorney" bit is fairly comforting. I didn't know Daniel was doing trusts but I know him and he's a great guy. He'll do you right, I have no doubt.
     
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    I also went through Winton.
     
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    Yes, I used Gun Trust Lawyer and am totally satisfied. My Form 4 breezed though ATF in 4 months.
     
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    We no longer do the trusts, but highly recommend Matthew Winton for a local attorney. We've also heard good things from people who have used www.NFAlawyers.com
     
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    I used NFAlawyers.com Sunday and it was suppose to take 1 business day. I called Dean (the lawyer) today and he had it to me in 10 minutes. I will see you Monday Tommy!
     

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