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    Default Alaska NFA Lawer?

    Can anyone recommend me an avenue to pursue a local lawyer for an NFA trust? Do I need/want to stick with a lawyer who is in-state?

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    Yale Metzger in Anchorage, 258-4110.
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    Lawyer does not have to be in state you can even get by without one, I did my trust on my own and then had my father check it out (he's an attorney) to make sure it was all good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lildevock View Post
    Lawyer does not have to be in state you can even get by without one, I did my trust on my own and then had my father check it out (he's an attorney) to make sure it was all good to go.
    I know. I am of the current thinking after doing a lot of reading on the subject that I don't want to just 'get by'. Additionally, my old man isn't a lawyer, so I'm not afforded that same luxury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    I know. I am of the current thinking after doing a lot of reading on the subject that I don't want to just 'get by'. Additionally, my old man isn't a lawyer, so I'm not afforded that same luxury.
    However you are afforded with someone on the forum whose already been through this process. If you like I can wipe out the Names, addresses and other personal information on mine. Then you can plug and play until the names, addresses and beneficiaries are to your liking and use that as the form in which you submit to the ATF after having it notarized.


    If you decide to consider doing it yourself check out this link.

    http://www.nolo.com/legal-encycloped...elf-29736.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    I know. I am of the current thinking after doing a lot of reading on the subject that I don't want to just 'get by'. Additionally, my old man isn't a lawyer, so I'm not afforded that same luxury.
    I watch matlock and perry mason so send it my way I can check it out..

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    Kyle, have you checked out mynfarust.net? Read the reviews online. Sounds like it might be a good way to go. I've decided against using my corporation because it's not as good as a trust to transfer NFA items and other guns to my wife and kids.
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    Like I said Yale Metzger in Anchorage, hes done quite a few solid NFA trusts now. 258-4110 I got the info from Ken @WWG, worth the call and the nomanal fee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lildevock View Post
    However you are afforded with someone on the forum whose already been through this process. If you like I can wipe out the Names, addresses and other personal information on mine. Then you can plug and play until the names, addresses and beneficiaries are to your liking and use that as the form in which you submit to the ATF after having it notarized.


    If you decide to consider doing it yourself check out this link.

    http://www.nolo.com/legal-encycloped...elf-29736.html
    Thank you for that info. I will keep looking into it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADfields View Post
    Like I said Yale Metzger in Anchorage, hes done quite a few solid NFA trusts now. 258-4110 I got the info from Ken @WWG, worth the call and the nomanal fee.
    What's the nominal fee?
    "Beware the man with only one gun; he may know how to use it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay9Cop View Post
    What's the nominal fee?
    I'm hearing $250 to $350 from guys that have used him and most other atternys are $750 or $1000 to build a trust.
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    Wow...that is VERY affordable...

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    That does sound good. I think it's going to be my first step after paying for training in 2013. I'll get the trust squared away then start thinking of that SBR.
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    Just don't ask him about his cannonball

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    Quote Originally Posted by seant View Post
    Just don't ask him about his cannonball
    Well okay then . . . we'll ask you
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    Just google search cannonball with his name.

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    Very affordable indeed. I've been considering getting a trust for some personal firearms, but was going to go the Quicken route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seant View Post
    Just google search cannonball with his name.
    Sounds like the APD bomb squad was having a boring day and applied some red-neck logic . . . lets blow up a 200 year old Alaska artafact and see what happens hey!
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    AK Tactical gave me the name of John Charles Coffman at Alaskan Estate Trusts, altho his address is Washington. There is an AK number of 242-2033 tho. They told me $500
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