TEXAS NFA GUN TRUST - $300
Yes, electronically-signed gun trusts are defective in Texas. Texas gun trusts require wet-ink signatures. Many Class 3 dealers and distributors provide Texas gun trust forms that allow their customers to sign electronically. Texas law does not authorize electronic signatures on a gun trust. Advice from a gun store employee is not a good substitute for the advice of an experienced Texas estate planning attorney. If you have one of these electronically-signed gun trusts, we highly recommend you call us immediately to amend and restate (rewrite) your gun trust so that when the ATF (or the wrong side of your family) realizes that your gun trust is defective under Texas law, you will be one step ahead of them.
Also, if you have one of these electronically-signed gun trusts, we recommend you read our post located at https://texasguntrust.com/should-i-amend-and-restate-my-gun-trust.html.
Would you like to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that you received a high-quality Texas NFA gun trust from a Texas attorney who is recommended by several of the largest and most successful Class 3 dealers in the United States? Let’s get started!
The Bottom Line
Total Legal Fees − $300. Debit and Credit Cards Accepted.
Statewide Service − No Office Visit Required
Same-Day Service Normally Available − No Extra Charge