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Ownership and use of a firearm is complicated. Why should the descent and devise of a firearm be just as complicated? Is a gun trust the most viable solution? Gun trusts in the United States carry a stigma. The Internet perpetuates this stigma as a typical on-line search of the words “gun trust” turns up multiple misleading hits. What is fact and what is fiction? How did we get here? What can an attorney do to properly dispose of a client’s firearm during life and after death?
Michael Sneeringer, Esq.
April 25, 2019
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