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Gun Trusts

One of the many problems with guns is that they make everything more complicated! When my father handed me my first gun, there was no paperwork, but that was in the last century. It wasn’t complicated.

Today, when a decedent owns a gun, it will be an asset in settling an estate, but it can get very complicated, especially for the executor or administrator, exposing them to even greater personal liability. Fortunately, the local estate planning firm of Hook Law has simplified the useful technique known as “Gun Trusts.” You can find their excellent explanation here:

If you expect to settle an estate with a gun in it, you should save a copy of this Hook Law explanation. Better yet, call them now . . .