Custodian of NFA Trust -- What do they need to know?
I am setting up my NFA trust and asked my sister, who is also a lawyer (but knows nothing about NFA trusts), to be an alternate custodian. In Quicken Willmaker 2008 it requires an alternate custodian, for what it is worth.
My sister asked a good question –– does she need " a gun license"? My scenario is I am married with small children. If I die, my wife dies, and my primary custodian cannot assist, what is required of my sister to handle, transfer, etc. my suppressor? Can it stay locked at a gun range, for example, until my kids are old enough? She is located in Massachusetts and this NFA trust will live and reside in Michigan.