Keep up With Federal Gun Laws Governing Firearms Ownership and Transfer
The use and ownership (and especially the transfer or gifting) of guns is fraught with technicalities and potential for civil and criminal liability if done wrong. This practical legal primer will give you current guidance on the effective use of trusts in passing these unique assets to beneficiaries. Register today!
Get an update on federal firearms laws and gauge the likely effects of proposed legislation.
Review the latest versions of the ATF forms you'll need.
Walk through the key provisions of a gun trust.
Learn what red flags to look for when reviewing old gun trusts.
Protect fiduciaries from liability when administering estates that include guns.
Current Firearms Laws and Legislative Initiatives
Does Your Client Need an NFA Gun Trust?
Key Provisions and Beneficiary Designations (With a Sample Gun Trust)
GREGORY H. TAGGART is the owner of Taggart Law, LLC, where he practices estate planning, business planning, and firearms law. He is a member of WealthCounsel. Mr. Taggart works in Utah and Wyoming, and is a member of the Utah State Bar (Business Law and Estate Planning Law sections), the Wyoming State Bar (Business Law and Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law sections), and the American Bar Association (Business Law and Real Property, Trust and Estate Law sections). He attended the University of Wyoming College of Law for two years and received his J.D. degree from Thomas Cooley Law School. Mr. Taggart has been an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University since 1998. He has written for various Bloomberg magazines, Wealthmanagement.com, and Institutional Investor, among others.
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