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Texas Gun Trusts

Serving Individuals and Families in the San Antonio, Texas Area

The potential benefits provided by a gun trust include the ability to protect against the accidental commission of a felony when storing or allowing others to use restricted firearms, simplification in acquisition of regulated firearms, probate avoidance, and enhanced privacy.

There are approximately 80 million gun owners in America with nearly half of all U.S. households owning at least one firearm. With over 20,000 gun related laws in the United States today, owning and eventually passing on a firearm as a legacy must be done with careful planning and consideration. Most federal and state gun laws carry stiff penalties on the improper possession or transfer of a firearm. If not done properly, the seemingly innocent transfer of a firearm to an heir could result in a fine up to $250,000 and up to 10 years in prison. Having a gun trust in place sets forth the rules for owning and transferring firearm in a way that will ensure you or your loved ones don’t end up inadvertently committing a felony and paying a catastrophic price!

As a charter member of GunDocx Lawyers, The Voeller Law Firm provides the most up to date and cutting edge resources to help you own and transfer regulated and non-regulated firearms. By providing trusts that are highly recognized and accepted by the BATFE, we are able to provide a fast and streamlined method to owning NFA regulated firearms.



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Serving the greater San Antonio, Bexar County, Comal County, Guadalupe County, and South Texas areas, the attorneys at the Voeller Law Firm have over 35 years of experience helping families plan for their futures, protecting surviving spouses, and safeguarding assets for children and grandchildren.

James Voeller
Member WealthCounsel
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The College of the state bar of Texas
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