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Drafting Gun Trusts

Why and How Gun Trusts are Used

Gun collections can hold a special significance to your clients and are often the part of the estate that is bequeathed to specific beneficiaries. When Title II weapons are involved, additional restrictions apply to their ownership, use and transfer. This practical course offers an objective legal analysis of the use of gun trusts, and will allow you to help your clients successfully and legally transfer these unique heirlooms to their heirs. Register today!

  • Trace the history of federal gun law and get an update on current legislative efforts.
  • Clarify how guns are classified and how firearms and accessories are regulated under the NFA.
  • Review the fundamentals of gun trust drafting and compare using trusts vs. business entities for gun ownership.

Who Should Attend

This timely legal course is designed for attorneys. Trust administrators/officers and paralegals may also benefit.

Course Content

  1. U.S. Gun Laws Overview
  2. Firearms Regulated
  3. The Gun Trust
  4. Drafting a Gun Trust
  5. Survey of Selected Advanced Planning Issues
  6. Firearms Forms of Note
  7. Liability Considerations
  8. Future of Gun Legislation and Gun Entity Planning

Kansas Continuing Legal Education Credits:  1.50 hours

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