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Gun Trusts 2022

Product ID: CA3337W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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There are more gun owners in the United States than anywhere else in the world, and there are approximately 65,000 registered guns in Wisconsin1. Therefore, it’s important for lawyers handling wills, trusts, and probate in Wisconsin to have a thorough understanding of how to protect clients’ firearms and accessories. Gun trusts allow for a streamlined transfer upon the death of the grantor to a designated heir. Additionally, gun trusts can be used to protect firearms collections, safeguarding them for future generations. 

Differing regulations found in federal, state, and local law can add complexity to estate plans involving gun collections. Gun Trusts will give you the knowledge to sort through the varying levels of regulation so you can effectively help gun owners with their estate planning needs.

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Pricing

Member $89.00

Non-Member $139.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Tuesday, June 07, 202212:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

Add to Calendar 6/7/2022 12:00:00 PM 6/7/2022 12:50:00 PM America/Chicago Gun Trusts 2022

Son of a gun

There are more gun owners in the United States than anywhere else in the world, and there are approximately 65,000 registered guns in Wisconsin1. Therefore, it’s important for lawyers handling wills, trusts, and probate in Wisconsin to have a thorough understanding of how to protect clients’ firearms and accessories. Gun trusts allow for a streamlined transfer upon the death of the grantor to a designated heir. Additionally, gun trusts can be used to protect firearms collections, safeguarding them for future generations. 

Differing regulations found in federal, state, and local law can add complexity to estate plans involving gun collections. Gun Trusts will give you the knowledge to sort through the varying levels of regulation so you can effectively help gun owners with their estate planning needs.

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Son of a gun

There are more gun owners in the United States than anywhere else in the world, and there are approximately 65,000 registered guns in Wisconsin1. Therefore, it’s important for lawyers handling wills, trusts, and probate in Wisconsin to have a thorough understanding of how to protect clients’ firearms and accessories. Gun trusts allow for a streamlined transfer upon the death of the grantor to a designated heir. Additionally, gun trusts can be used to protect firearms collections, safeguarding them for future generations. 

Differing regulations found in federal, state, and local law can add complexity to estate plans involving gun collections. Gun Trusts will give you the knowledge to sort through the varying levels of regulation so you can effectively help gun owners with their estate planning needs.

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Philip J. Miller is a Partner at Husch Blackwell, LLP, and practices in estate and business succession planning. He uses his background in tax and accounting to his clients’ benefit. He works with his clients to minimize taxes and expenses while managing risk. He has extensive experience with wealth planning including working with unique assets, international legal issues, and beneficiaries for specific types of trusts. Attorney Miller is a graduate of Marquette University Law School and is a member of both the Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin as well as the United States Tax Court.

  • Learn how federal, state, and local laws converge to affect gun ownership
  • Assess whether to use a gun trust versus individual ownership
  • Determine when a firearms trust is necessary or simply recommended
  • Know the requirements for a valid gun trust
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • General practitioners
  • Probate attorneys
  • Attorneys looking to add trusts to their practice
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