All Gun Owners Need A Gun Trust To Protect Your Assets
Planning for the possibility that you will be incapacitated (whether from age or accident), even if temporarily, is important for everyone. It is even more important for gun owners. After all, if you don’t plan, the government has a plan for you, and the government’s plan is a public, expensive, judge-controlled system that will take away your right to own a firearm.
Gun Trusts Keeps Your Affairs Out Of The Courts
If you want to avoid the government’s nose in your affairs, you must take action. All gun owners should try to avoid the court system if they are incapacitated or die by creating general estate planning documents and a gun trust.
A gun trust is a special type of trust that is designed to hold all of your firearms and firearms-related accessories. Gun trusts ease the process for your loved ones if you become incapacitated or die, boost possession capabilities under the National Firearms Act (NFA), and expedite the acquisition of NFA firearms.
This Article Is Provided by Attorney Alex Kincaid