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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Droff, Dec 30, 2015.
Damn guys, thanks for the quick info, very much appreciated.
Now to make a phone call or two.
Like TR said, I am an attorney and have written trusts for several members here. I do them for $200. They come with forms for adding items, easily adding and removing trustees, setting up a trust bank account if you want to do so, bill of sale forms, electronic copies of the trust, and instructions on how to use everything. Everything can be handled electronically and I take payment by Paypal in addition to the regular ways, so it can all be done without having to come to my office or anything. PM, email, or call/text me at 405-880-0506 if interested.
You have a PM henschman.
I'd like some more info on trust. Best way to contact by your phone listed?
Phone, text and email are all equally good ways of reaching me. If you don't get me on the phone I'm probably in court, so try text or email.
I have reviewed the new ATF rule, and all my trusts are being written so that the only person who will be considered a "responsible party" (and are therefore required to submit fingerprints and a photo once the rule goes into effect) will be the Settlor (you).
Interesting... Daniel, is there a way to "retrofit" existing trusts in this way, or would it require remaking a new trust?
Thanks for the heads up on henschman tR.
What is the new ruling effective date? Was there a period for public comments or did they just change it?
On or about July 2.
If you've acquired an item in the trust in the 24 months prior to the effective date, you're exempt from the photos and fingerprints... as I understand it.