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Old November 12th, 2019, 09:35 AM #1
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Jeremy Robinson Esq. - NFA Trust

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone has current contact info on Jeremy. He wrote up an NFA Trust for me in January 2013, and I haven’t had to contact him since. I’m looking to purchase another suppressor, and with the law changes, I now need to submit info for all the trustees. Problem is, when we drew up the trust my wife was only my fiancé… and still had her maiden name.

Silencer Shop said the ATF will not accept her name change form, and that I must have the Trust amended. There is a note in the Trust that says I can make amendments… But I don’t know if it has to be some special legal way to qualify as a true amendment.

I tried contacting/ locating Jeremy, and everything I could find no longer applies to him. The email we used, the number he gave me, the updated numbers I found on the Internet... none of them apply to him any more.

I would prefer to speak with him to confirm everything is good, but most importantly, I want to know if I can merely type up something, stating my wife’s name has changed, then get it notarized. Any help is appreciated.

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Old November 12th, 2019, 09:46 AM #2
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I have this same issue.
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Old November 12th, 2019, 09:50 AM #4
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He's been long gone.... You can amend it yourself. Someone will be along shortly to explain. Or call an attorney like Britt Stouffer or Ed Herson. They can amend the trust properly.
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Jeremy's long dead MDS screen name was Rusty Shakleford. His name doesn't show up on the member list anymore. Rusty_Shakleford (zero posts) is a different person.
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Apparently he changed his user name at some point before he left the board. This was his last "lawyer" post.

https://www.mdshooters.com/showthrea...50#post3689150
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Old November 12th, 2019, 10:51 AM #7
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Start a new trust!

As a matter of fact, I am doing a trust per NFA item from now on. That way you can do the prints and add whoever you want later.... no need to change those already around.
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Thanks for the quick reply’s!

Sorry to hear I hitched my wagon to a dead horse. Lol. Thanks for the link to his last post, as well. I see a couple people actually asked him how they could contact him in the future, and never received response. Maybe I’ll check in with them and see if they were PMed.

I really would like to just write something out saying that when the Trust was drafted my wife went by her maiden name (____), that we married and she changed it legally (on ____ date), and that she now goes by her new name (____)… Then have that notarized. Hopefully this step won’t cost me another few hundred dollars.

As for doing another trust, I already have several NFA items all in this one, and I like the idea of just adding this last purchase in with the rest.

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Start a new trust!

As a matter of fact, I am doing a trust per NFA item from now on. That way you can do the prints and add whoever you want later.... no need to change those already around.
Question since you seem to know your stuff

I have a friend who I listed as trustee awhile ago and am now married and want to change to my wife so she inherits all the items in the trust without issue.

Is this possible?
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Start a new trust!
This is really not appealing once you've got 20+ stamps on your current trust.

I have a bunch of lawyer friends, and I'll talk to one of them to see what's involved with amending a trust. Gut feeling is that you're going to need some specific verbiage and a notarized amendment.

ETA: LZ has what seems to be a reasonable guide to doing this: https://info.legalzoom.com/amend-rev...ust-22407.html
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