NFA Trust's

HHB Guns

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So in my search to find a lawyer to do my NFA trust for my customers I found two local in lowcountry and one upstate. The prices I was quoted was $500, $600 and $225. The cheapest was the lawyer who wrote the SC gun Law book. Mr shaw said he cant charge $600 as this is robbery.

Has anyone else had one drawn up by some LAWYERS in SC for around the same price. I was told to stay away from quicken will maker as this process has no legal standing when the shit hits the fan. The NFA office told me they are getting real picky over trusts and to have one professionaly done or it would prob be sent back and not approved.
 

Clicker

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Nada...........all my toys are in my name as an individual. I know someone that has a trust set up, perhaps he will post.
 

HHB Guns

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Damn Clicker...I figured you of all people would have a trust set up for those $$$ toys.
 

Clicker

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Never felt the need, hafta beg the wife to go to the range with me. She'll do so once a year but rarely even shoots.
My son goes with me maybe 3 or 4 times a year and he's not gun savvy enough yet to handle them on his own.
 

HarperJt

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Henry,
I had a trust set up a couple years ago, but never put anything in it. I bought all my NFA stuff before the trust and don't want to spend a couple grand to move it. Figure anything new would go to the trust, I just haven't found anything new and all my money has been going into new HK host. I am starting to look into getting a DIAS and a 30 cal can. Figure if I do it will go into the trust. If you want you can take a look at it. I had a lawyer in Fl set it up. Cost me around $400. Can't remember who he was but I can try to find out. He did specialize in NFA items and said he was licensed ? in SC.

Let me know,
Jeff
 

foxxtrot

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Do you need a lawyer for this in SC. I figured Quicken would work and then have in notarized.
 
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