Trusts & Attorneys
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A NFA TRUST?
- Co-trustees may have access to NFA weapons
- Firearms are inherited outside of the probate process and do not require ATF forms or intervention in the event of death
- Trusts are flexible and may be amended
- Privacy - the NFA trust is not a public document and does not require filing with your state of residence
- Estate planning benefits
41f did not change the benefits of using a Gun Trust and Capitol Armory continues to recommend a NFA trust rather than transferring as an individual. Transferring to an existing corporation is another option worth considering, but if you are considering setting up a corporate entity for the sole purpose of obtaining NFA / Title II weapons, its usually quicker, easier, and cheaper to go the trust route. The trust can be setup before or after purchasing an NFA item from Capitol Armory, but it must be established before Form 4 filing. Capitol Armory offers a 50-state Legal, Do It Yourself (DIY) NFA Firearms Trust. Click here to review the benefits of our Trust over others on the market.
RECOMMENDED TEXAS ATTORNEYS
Over the years we've seen trusts from all over the country and occasionally we get feedback from our customers regarding the attorney's availability, processing and turn around time, fees, etc. The attorneys below consistently receive good remarks from our clients; therefore, we feel comfortable recommending them to you.
James (Jim) Willi - www.myguntrust.com
Jim can handle your NFA trust regardless of location within Texas, and after a phone or in-person consultation, he typically has your NFA trust delivered via email that day. Thousands of our clients have used Jim's services and have had nothing but great things to say about him. Jim is a competitive shooter, Certified NRA Instructor, and was recognized by his attorney peers as a "Super Lawyer" in 2015. Give Jim a call at 512-288-3200 or visit his website: www.myguntrust.com. Jim is licensed to practice in Texas and Colorado and can assist Colorado and Texas residents with NFA trusts.
Sean Cody - www.texasnfatrust.com
Sean has been practicing law in the Houston area since 1998 and can assist Texas residents with a NFA trust. Sean is an avid firearms collector, licensed firearms manufacturer, and can be found throughout youtube reviewing firearms. Sean is an active participant on many online firearm related forums under the name SC-texas. Give Sean a call at 281-451-4175 or visit his website: http://www.texasnfatrust.com/.
NATIONAL ONLINE / DIY GUN TRUSTS
Gun Trust Guru - www.CapitolArmory.com
We've partnered with Gun Trust Guru to offer the best 50-state legal NFA firearms trust. For the same price as other DIY trusts, you'll receive a trust designed specifically for firearms, plus with the added benefits of: private Schedule A/inventory, co-trustee appointment at any time, short-term co-trustee appointments, and instant delivery via email.