Trusts & Estates
An Accidental Felony: A gun trust can help protect your client
by C. Dennis Brislawn, Jr., JD
While gun rights continues to be one of the more controversial - and emotional - topics in our society, it's a fact that millions of Americans own firearms. And it's a common misconception that only serious gun collectors need to include provisions for transfer of firearms in their estate plans. In fact, what happens to firearms once the owner is deceased can prove problematic and in some cases, have unintended financial, civil, and criminal repercussions.
That is why it is so important for all gun owners to plan in advance for the safe transfer of firearms. Please complete this form to download this article to learn more about gun trusts and how you can best protect your clients.
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