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Rebroadcast – March 4, 2021
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This program was recorded on January 19, 2021
Ownership of a firearm is complicated. How can a trust and firearm be combined as a helpful solution to allow people certainty in firearm ownership? This presentation will teach you what a gun trust is, what it is used for, how to draft one, and update you on the latest case law and statutes pertaining to trust law.
Michael is a senior associate practicing estate planning and wealth preservation within the firm’s Corporate Department. His major areas of focus are estate planning, estate administration, asset protection, and tax law.
Michael has published numerous articles on estate planning and wealth preservation. He is an associate articles editor for Probate & Property Magazine and reports annually from the Philip E. Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning for the American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law.
2 General Credits
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- General Information
- Drafting Trusts – Step by Step
- Recent Updates in the Law
- Ancillary Gun Trust Ownership Issues