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Never trust lawyers. EVER!
 
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Never trust lawyers. EVER!

Perhaps you meant this lightheartedly and I took this wrong but Dean has helped many members of this community with their NFA Trusts and given his advice herein in this thread freely. His attorney's fees are reasonable and answered all my questions in a timely manner. 28 pages in on a thread about a lawyer's services on NFA trusts and you post "Never trust lawyers. EVER" Not cool for your 13th post.




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Never trust lawyers. EVER!
If you want to show your ass, do it elsewhere. If I banned you right now, it would be justified. Do not under any circumstances interefere with the ad of any member of this forum, and you will kindly mind your manners, and if you can't be polite, then leave this forum.

With one exception, all your posts are in Classifieds, and that one exception concerned buying something. The Classifieds section of this forum is provided as a courtesy to participating members, which is to say, members who do not come here for the sole purpose of buying and selling things. If you wish to continue using us in this fashion, I suggest you refrain from being presumptuous and rude.
 
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What do I do about a trustee that has died? Thanks
 
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I recommend promptly removing them from your trust.


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I know there has been nothing but praise in this thread before the moron a few posts up, but I've referred so many people to Dean I should have asked for a kickback and every single one of them has had a positive experience. Only one guy ever had an issue with ATF and it was handled immediately, by Dean.

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I know there has been nothing but praise in this thread before the moron a few posts up, but I've referred so many people to Dean I should have asked for a kickback and every single one of them has had a positive experience. Only one guy ever had an issue with ATF and it was handled immediately, by Dean.

Buy with confidence.


Thank you for the kind word and all of the referrals. I owe you lunch if you’re ever in town. Big Grin


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Just got mine. Filled out form this morning, in my hands by this afternoon.

Super fast, super easy.

Here's hoping the rest of the process will be this good.

Thanks HeavyD
 
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Thank you, neckbone. I appreciate your business.


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I know that a juvenile can be a beneficiary; can/should that beneficiary be a co-trustee as well?

I've been meaning to do this for years. Just pulled the trigger this morning, thanks Dean.


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I know that a juvenile can be a beneficiary; can/should that beneficiary be a co-trustee as well?

I've been meaning to do this for years. Just pulled the trigger this morning, thanks Dean.


Ideally the minor child would not be a co-trustee. You are able to add that child as a co-trustee once they reach the age of majority.

I appreciate your business. Let me know if you have any more questions.


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I was just going to ask that same question, but then in reading your FAQs it says we can list our minor children, it's just they can't possess the NFA items in the trust until they're of legal age.

Kinda wanted to add my two kids, 13 and 10, as well as my wife, though. I started filling out the form on your website....should I just add my wife, for now?


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First and foremost, thank you for the immense amount of free advise and clarifications you have provided here. In Fl. my address is protected by statute due to my being LEO. My name and property are not searchable in the county tax records or property appraiser.Although it is Federal, could having my information hidden cause a delay in my stamp authorization? Thank you in advance.
 
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First and foremost, thank you for the immense amount of free advise and clarifications you have provided here. In Fl. my address is protected by statute due to my being LEO. My name and property are not searchable in the county tax records or property appraiser.Although it is Federal, could having my information hidden cause a delay in my stamp authorization? Thank you in advance.


That should not make a difference.


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Do I have to get my fingerprints, etc taken in the state where I will be buying my suppressor? I'm in SC for a few months, and I'd like to get the process started, before I return to Texas, in October.
 
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Do I have to get my fingerprints, etc taken in the state where I will be buying my suppressor? I'm in SC for a few months, and I'd like to get the process started, before I return to Texas, in October.


You do not. In fact, you could roll your own fingerprints.


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I know that a juvenile can be a beneficiary; can/should that beneficiary be a co-trustee as well?

I've been meaning to do this for years. Just pulled the trigger this morning, thanks Dean.


Ideally the minor child would not be a co-trustee. You are able to add that child as a co-trustee once they reach the age of majority.

I appreciate your business. Let me know if you have any more questions.


I was just going to ask the same question and already saw the answer to my question.

I just finally submitted my application for a trust after procrastinating for a long time. Now I just need to save money for my conversion.
 
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I appreciate your business. Give me a call if you have any other questions.


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