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Hi Dean
I noticed that you're in Georgia but I'm in Ohio. Could you still do a trust for me?

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I absolutely can. We had an Ohio attorney check out our trust.


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I asked a question previously that I didn't see answered. If I have an NFA item in the Trust, how do I go about selling that NFA item, if I should choose to?




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Another question - can co-trustees remove non-NFA items from the trust and sell them?




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Another question - can co-trustees remove non-NFA items from the trust and sell them?

Okay, for anyone else who'd want to know, I just received my paperwork (Thanks, Dean!), and it says that co-trustees can only possess items in the trust at my discretion and that only I, as settlor, may buy and sell items in the trust.




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I appreciate your business, AU. I’m glad you called since I didn’t check this thread.


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I asked a question previously that I didn't see answered. If I have an NFA item in the Trust, how do I go about selling that NFA item, if I should choose to?

Anyone have an answer for this?




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Hello AU,

It is a Form 4 transfer from your trust to the person or trust buying the item. The buyer should pay you up front because once the transfer goes through it is legally theirs.


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Hello AU,

It is a Form 4 transfer from your trust to the person or trust buying the item. The buyer should pay you up front because once the transfer goes through it is legally theirs.

Great, thanks!




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