Responsibly owning firearms requires proper paperwork. If you are relocating, have you considered what paperwork is required when transporting firearms to your new address?
Out of the options for advance directives and health care powers of attorney, which is better? Statutory forms or the Five Wishes documents?
Discussions have started about whether or not gun trusts will still have value if the proposed NFA form changes take place.
North Carolina gun laws create guidelines for the purchase, transfer and sale of firearms across the entire state. Rifles and shotguns can be purchased on-the-spot with a quick background check, but buying a handgun in North Carolina is not a quick process.
Rates of North Carolina gun permits continue to go up. In less than two weeks, Franklin County received over 120 permits.
The transfer of any firearmâ€”other than rifles or shotgunsâ€”in North Carolina requires a permit. Carrying a concealed weapon, whether on one's person or in a vehicle, also requires a permit.
The right to bear arms is not a universal right. Although our gun trust attorneys serve firearms owners in North Carolina, Florida and Tennessee, there is federal gun legislation that affects gun ownership across the entire nation.
Dying without a will is called died 'intestate.' The Florida intestacy statute dictates how a person's property and assets are distributed through probate.