Who else does "free" trust

RACER X

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Besides tactical firearms in Katy, who else will do a trust for you if you but a piece from them.

Tactical only has YHM can s for my 22 , and I'm looking fur silencerco sparrow.

This is not to debate about whether getting a private trust done by an atty is better. Obviously it is.

Just looking at other alternatives.

Have even read about people using willmaker and doing their own trust w no issues from ATF

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IXLR8

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Penny wise and pound foolish. The last thing you want is the government finding any problem with your paperwork. Let a legal professional create it.
I will recommend Sean Cody. His link is at the top.
 

grumper

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If obummer has it his way it won't matter.
This ^^, spend your time calling/writing judges, district attorneys, or Greg Abbott to see who will sign the stinkin' forms. In a little more than a month a trust/LLC/corporation will be more trouble than applying for the transfer as an individual. If you haven't jumped into the trust pond already, it's too late.

Comment on how moronic the rule change is at the official comment site too, but don't hold your breath hoping the murderous commies who got DEA and BP agents killed to advance gun control, left their own to die in Libya, and took away health insurance from ~90 million Americans give a damn what you have to say.
 
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40Arpent

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Ed, did you really think you'd get people here to tell you anything different than i already told you on the other message board? LOL!!!!
 

Shady

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A trust is a simple template that anyone can do at home or use an old vers of quiicken willmaker. Unless you are dealing with under age beneficiaries or some special needs there is no real need for an attorney if you are getting a couple of suppressors and a SBR. Now if you are getting into expensive full auto then ya I can see laying out another 300 bucks to have Cody do your stuff.

Sure everyone that ponied up the cash for a trust is going to tell you your a fool to not pay. If there was a MASS jailing of home trusts/quicken trusts or them being rejected left and right the stories would be all over the net. Sure you may find 1 or 2 of them out of how many nfa transactions done each year and I would bet most of those are posted from sleaze ball attorneys and no not the good ones that are out there so dont think I am calling anyone out :).

its up to you and consider if the SHTF if the contract was done by you or by an attorney its going to cost the same to fix it. I don;t think you want that contract attorney doing your battles in court and if you think that fee you paid covers anything other than a phone call for advice think again. Aint no way they are going to court for you for that cost.
 

M. Sage

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Penny wise and pound foolish. The last thing you want is the government finding any problem with your paperwork. Let a legal professional create it.
I will recommend Sean Cody. His link is at the top.
Also illegal under state law for someone who isn't a lawyer to do a trust for you.
 

M. Sage

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I had been wondering about that but have never seen the Statute. Do you have a link you can provide for my reference?
Defines "practice of law":
Texas Government Code - Section 81.101. Definition - Texas Attorney Resources - Texas Laws

Requires membership in the Texas Bar to practice law:
Texas Government Code - Section 81.102. State Bar Membership Required - Texas Attorney Resources - Texas Laws

When having a legal document prepared, try not to do it illegally.

Also, Alcede and his merry band in Katy are morons (besides the fact that they're practicing without a license every time they do a "free" trust for a customer, putting that person in some legal jeopardy) - avoid.
 
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