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Posted: 7/20/2008 12:14:20 PM EDT
It looks like my sheriff isn't going to sign off on my paperwork.

Could somebody school me on this?

Tell me how to set one up and everything

I know there is already a thing that tells you how to do it, but it won't let me into it for some reason and just displays an error.

So some help would be more than greatly appreciated =)

PM's are more than welcome

Thanks guys!
Link Posted: 7/20/2008 1:05:05 PM EDT
Use quicken willmaker. the program explains all and does most of the work. The only thing i dont know is if i have to set up a trust with both mine and my wifes name as trustees. I want her to be able to have possesion of the weapons. but i would rather the trust stay in my name.
Link Posted: 8/4/2008 5:43:26 PM EDT

Originally Posted By psdiver102:
Use quicken willmaker. the program explains all and does most of the work. The only thing I don't know is if I have to set up a trust with both mine and my wife's name as trustees. I want her to be able to have possession of the weapons. but I would rather the trust stay in my name.


I am in the process of doing this myself. I have my son(he is 8) as the successor trustee. My wife would actually be the trustee since he is not of legal age yet.

To answer the question more directly just have your wife be the successor trustee.

The engraving will have your name on it only. In the unfortunate event you become incapacitated she will then take possession. You dont have to put the trust in both names as the name of the trust. Just put her as a successor.
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