Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer

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03 Apr 2016 19:16#1 by andrewkozak
andrewkozak created the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer
New Maryland resident and new MSI member. Before we buy anything in this great state, my wife and I would like to set up a trust. Does anyone have experience with a local attorney or firm that they would recommend?

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05 Apr 2016 19:01#2 by PoolShark
PoolShark replied the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer
www.arsenalattorneys.com/ - got a brochure from them at a show. I have not used them

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07 Apr 2016 13:13#3 by 6Pack
6Pack replied the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer
Welcome to MSI!

Britt Stouffer is a well known one in the community: Stouffer Legal She spoke at this past January's membership meeting.

MSI Board of Director member
NRA Certified Instructor: Pistol, Rifle
CCW: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah

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10 Apr 2016 08:28#4 by dogbone
dogbone replied the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer

6Pack wrote: Welcome to MSI!

Britt Stouffer is a well known one in the community: Stouffer Legal She spoke at this past January's membership meeting.


Another :thumbsup: for Britt Stouffer and her team. She is great to work with, she and her team do an outstanding job helping you to get your trust and, more importantly, to understand your trust and the legal benefits of having one.

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13 Apr 2016 18:43#5 by cneedy
cneedy replied the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer
I used Grevivell & Garrott Johnson LLC in Hagerstown to setup my NFA Trust www.greivelllawoffice.com/ couldn't be happey with the service.

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17 Apr 2016 18:59#6 by andrewkozak
andrewkozak replied the topic: Seeking Recommendations for a Gun Trust Lawyer
Thank you all for your replies. I sent out some feelers based on your suggestions, and decided to go with Stouffer Legal in Towson. They quoted me $400 for an NFA trust ($600 for non-NFA) which includes a free consultation (normally 300 $/hr).

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