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Question sir....

I have an NFA trust now that ws done with Quicken. Can I purchase a new trust and use the same name of the existing? Basically replacing the old trust with the new?
 
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Question sir....

I have an NFA trust now that ws done with Quicken. Can I purchase a new trust and use the same name of the existing? Basically replacing the old trust with the new?


You can. This is called a restatement. Call me whenever you are ready to go forward. It's the same price as my gun trust.


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Excellent. Thank you sir.
 
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Two questions before I pull the trigger.

Naming co-trustees/beneficiaries out of state; Any issue?

Same co-trustee wants to buy NFA items. Can he use the trust I setup with you? Or would that put them under the address of the trust, in another state?

For clarity it would be my brother, also the beneficiary, in NC, whereas I'm in MI.
 
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Two questions before I pull the trigger.

Naming co-trustees/beneficiaries out of state; Any issue?

Same co-trustee wants to buy NFA items. Can he use the trust I setup with you? Or would that put them under the address of the trust, in another state?

For clarity it would be my brother, also the beneficiary, in NC, whereas I'm in MI.


Out of state co-trustees and beneficiaries are not an issue. You must each set up a gun trust.


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Dean,

I have a trust setup in Florida but, now live in Texas. Do I need a trust setup in my current location for new acquisitions or can I still use the Florida one?


Best regards,

Tom


I have no comment at this time.
 
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Dean,

Got mine today and it looks great. Thank you for doing this. Can't believe I put this off for so long.

Appreciated,
TB
 
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I have a trust setup in Florida but, now live in Texas. Do I need a trust setup in my current location for new acquisitions or can I still use the Florida one?


It really depends on the trust. I cannot speak for any other than mine, which would be fine moving states.


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First off, the service provided by heavyd and his group is excellent to say the least. For those of you that have filed your form ones, how long did it take to get your stamp? I've heard a month or a little better. I'm coming up on two months and am curious if I maybe did something wrong with the filing process. Thanks in advance.
 
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First off, the service provided by heavyd and his group is excellent to say the least. For those of you that have filed your form ones, how long did it take to get your stamp? I've heard a month or a little better. I'm coming up on two months and am curious if I maybe did something wrong with the filing process. Thanks in advance.


The eFiled Form 1 approval time is approximately 60 days right now.


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Originally posted by rocketcbr929:
First off, the service provided by heavyd and his group is excellent to say the least. For those of you that have filed your form ones, how long did it take to get your stamp? I've heard a month or a little better. I'm coming up on two months and am curious if I maybe did something wrong with the filing process. Thanks in advance.


The eFiled Form 1 approval time is approximately 60 days right now.


I'm at 64 days today. Seems like they are creeping up in the 60-65 day range.

And a quick bump for HeavyD's Services.




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This may have been covered in this thread, but reading through I did not find answers to these specific questions... I will ask them here in case it may help someone else too.

1) When purchasing an NFA item, does the schedule A have to be sent to the ATF along with the trust? And if so, can it be left "blank" (except for the token $ on schedule A)? Then, after NFA items are added to the schedule A, can I go back and add my non NFA items to schedule A to include them in the trust? The aim being to keep a list of non NFA items I own from the ATF's prying eyes.
2) A member of the trust lives in another state. Can a NFA item included in the trust legally be kept at that residence (not the address of the residence on the trust)?

Thanks for your assistance!
 
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You can send a Schedule A in with $100 on it. A resident of another state who can lawfully possess the NFA weapons in that state may keep them there.


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You can send a Schedule A in with $100 on it. A resident of another state who can lawfully possess the NFA weapons in that state may keep them there.


Thanks for the quick reply. An example of Heavyd's great service!


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I live in NJ, I have no intentions of purchasing anything other than semi-automatic pistols. I have a small collection of hand guns, do I need to have a gun trust and if so, what are the benefits to me?
 
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Call me to discuss.


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To the top


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We are implementing a price reduction to $99 on all gun trusts. This service includes the following:

- Secure gun trust.
- Technical support. You may call me on my cell any time with questions 770-900-9175. I will walk you through eForms or paper forms.
- Detailed instructions.
- Frequently asked questions.
- Free amendments. I will provide you will all forms to add/remove co-trustees and beneficiaries, address changes.
- You can use this trust for as many NFA weapons, firearms, or as much firearm-related property as you like.

My personal regards,
H. Dean Phillips
www.NFAlawyers.com


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I've been meaning to do this for a while now, just kept forgetting.

One more quick question for you. Can the same trust have NFA and non-NFA firearms in it? Also, I asked earlier about co-trustees and beneficiaries. You said it'd be best for my 3 children to be co-trustees. Should I include them along with my wife as a beneficiary or just her? Finally, does it matter if my wife purchased some of the firearms? For example, if her name was on the 4473, does that matter or not?

Ok, that's actually 3 questions....sorry... Wink

Erick
 
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