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A gun trust can avoid some of the federal transfer requirements and accomplish other goals as well:
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A gun trust is quite different from the common revocable living trust, which is used, like a will, to leave your assets at death. A simple living trust allows survivors to transfer trust assets without going through probate court, which saves time and money after your death.
A gun trust, on the other hand, may have multiple trustees, be intended to last for more than one generation, and must take into account state and federal weapons laws.
At de Jesus Law Group, we help make the transition of these weapons go as smooth as [insert your favorite, smoothest gun]. Let us take away the stress that can come with a rough handover.