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Whats with all of this "trust" talk?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by farmerbyron, Jun 11, 2012.

  1. NikatKimber

    NikatKimber Moderator Staff Member

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    If this is the case, then that is what I would do for sure. If for no other reason than that my wife could use them without me.
     
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    Hey Abinok, when you set up your trust did you use a lawyer or quicken? im looking to set one up but none of the lawyers i've talked to knew anything about it. I too live in Grady, a little spot in the road called Bradley. any light you can shed on this would be helpful
     
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    I went the way of the trust as well. I just didn't want to jump through hoops to get my can. I used a fill in the blank trust I downloaded online paid $20 for it but after a few friends and me split up the cost it paid for its self. I just made sure there were a few key things in it that allowed my wife and brother in law access to my goods. I also had my class 3 dealer look it over before sending it out. Worked for me...
     
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    First i bought quicken willmaker, and whipped up one that way. I really wanted some nfa specific language in it as a foundation for attaching instructions for family after I'm gone. I went to http://livingtrustsontheweb.com/pages/index.html and requested info on a nfa trust. I was informed by the fellow who responded that they do nfa specific trusts, and gave me a list of personal info he would need and the cost. $149. I paid online, and emailed the info and they emailed a Microsoft word copy, and a pdf of the trust the following day. I was very pleased with the transaction.
     
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    It was the primaries.
     

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