Gun trusts were developed so gun owners can pass their firearms to beneficiaries or heirs at death (or disability) without creating unintended legal problems. Some people (e.g., convicted felons) are not allowed to own guns. Some weapons require a specific license. The trust is intended to prevent beneficiaries who are not allowed to own guns, […]

Many people have questions about guns and gun rights, especially as they relate to the elderly. The general answer is that in the United States, guns are poorly regulated. EZ Elder Law has no opinion regarding gun ownership generally, but guns and dementia are a poor mix. It is estimated that 9% of older Americans […]

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