TEXAS NFA GUN TRUST - $300
Do I Need a NFA Gun Trust if I am Single?
Even if a person is single, it still makes sense to title NFA firearms in the name of a trust because of the built-in flexibility of being able to amend the trust throughout the person’s lifetime to add or remove additional trustees and to identify beneficiaries as the person’s life and roles evolve (i.e., husband, father, grandfather, etc.) If the person titles NFA firearms in his own name and then decides later to title the NFA firearms in the name of a trust, the person will end up paying the $200 transfer tax (or whatever the transfer tax amount is at that time) for each NFA firearm to be transferred to the trust. This short-term thinking (titling NFA firearms in the name of an individual) could end up costing the person a large sum of money down the road.
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