Firearms and Estate Planning

Please read this article "Safety First: The Transfer of Firearms and the Case for Gun Trusts" written by Michael McClintock, JD, to learn more about planning for the future of your firearms.

"There’s a widespread misconception that the only gun owners in need of special consideration for firearms in their estate planning are those individuals who own a very valuable collection (i.e., expensive, antique) or those with specific NFA-regulated firearms (fully automatic machine guns, noise suppressors, etc.)

While those collectors certainly need advanced planning, many more individuals need at least some planning considerations in place within their basic estate plan..."


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