NFA Trusts: The Benefits of Adding Them to Your Practice and Why They Remain Popular

Learn the basics about National Firearms Act Trusts and how they can add value for your clients and your practice.

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Sean P Healy, JD is an attorney in private practice. He has presented numerous continuing legal education seminars on Firearms Law and National Firearms Act Trusts to both judges and lawyers, and has given televised interviews on firearms matters and other subjects. He is also a concealed handgun instructor and an NRA-Certified Instructor and Training Counselor, with multiple certifications.

Mr. Healy’s law practice focuses on business law, civil litigation, family law, representation of property owners’ associations, and firearms and aviation matters. He is a co-author of The Legal Guide to NFA Firearms and Gun Trusts: Keeping Safe at the Range and in the Courtroom – The Definitive Guide to Forming and Operating a Gun Trust, and a co-author of InterActive Legal’s Firearms Trust Planning drafting system.

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