TEXAS NFA GUN TRUST - $300
Who Needs to Sign the Texas NFA Gun Trust Documents When the Gun Trust is Created?
My Texas NFA gun trust clients frequently ask who needs to sign their Texas NFA gun trust documents when the gun trust is created. The settlors (the creators of the gun trust) and trustees (the persons allowed to use and possess the gun trust property) are required to sign the Texas gun trust documents in the presence of a notary public. The successor trustees (the persons who might be allowed to use and possess the gun trust property in the future) do not need to sign, nor do they even need to know that they have been identified as successor trustees. Similarly, the beneficiaries (the persons who might inherit the gun trust property in the future) do not need to sign, nor do they need to know that they have been identified as beneficiaries.
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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