The Obama Administration has announced plans to proceed with the proposal previously known as ‘41P’ and now called ‘41F’, which concerns firearms regulated by the National Firearms Act (‘NFA’), such as silencers and short barrel firearms. The Final Order for 41F released by ATF yesterday would complicate the registration of NFA firearms, but it has not yet been published in the Federal Register. If and when it is published, the effective date of the Final Order will be 180 days later. Until that time, you may use a trust to submit applications to transfer or make NFA firearms under current regulations. Applications submitted prior to the effective date will be approved under existing rules because the Final Order will not be retroactive.
Arsenal Attorneys™ is crafting new solutions to protect clients in light of the Final Order. It's particularly important to determine the maximum possible duration of a trust, and whether you could or should use another state's law for that reason.
It’s also important that you use a trust providing guidance and protections for you and others involved with your trust—whether they are involved presently or in the future. In light of this executive action by President Obama, Arsenal Attorneys™ has crafted new solutions concerning so-called ‘responsible persons’.
Our clients will be receiving information about these new solutions and other guidance regarding these recent developments. We’re also preparing information for new clients who need a trust or wish to revise a trust they obtained elsewhere. Many people are requesting special consultations to learn about 41F and to discuss trusts. We're making all these new services available for special discounted rates so we can make them available to as many people as possible.
Contact us to request more information, and let us know whether you’re interested in any of the following:
- A new Arsenal Gun Trust™
- A revision of a trust obtained elsewhere
- A partial amendment of an Arsenal Gun Trust™
- A complete revision of an Arsenal Gun Trust™ using our new design
- A consultation by phone to learn about the recent executive action and to discuss trusts and NFA firearms.
Finally, you may sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of our homepage. Please review our recent blog entries to learn more about the pending executive action.
Arsenal Attorneys™ is perhaps the only law firm to offer solutions for NFA firearms to clients across America through direct attorney-client relationships—and without a middleman. This helps us provide you a greater variety of options based on our practice of law in so many jurisdictions.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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