Nov
30

NCGT at the Greenville Gun Show, Dec. 3 & 4!

If you are interested in or have questions about a NFA Gun Trust, James Barrett Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust will be at the Greenville Gun Show this weekend. Come by our table to also discuss and get answers to any NFA Gun Trust, ATF 41F, Expungement, Permitting, Self-Defense, Castle Doctrine or general Gun Rights issues.

Address: Greenville Convention Center, 303 SW Greenville Blvd., Greenville, NC  27834

Time: Saturday: 9am-5pm & Sunday: 10am-5pm.

Denied a Job? Denied Housing? Denied a Gun Permit? Clean Your North Carolina Record & Get Your Rights Back! Come to the show and talk to NCGT about clearing prior misdemeanors or felonies with an expungement. James B. Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust can assist you or anyone you know in sealing and expunging criminal records in North Carolina.

Come to the Greenville Convention Center this weekend. James B. Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust looks forward to seeing you there to answer all of your North Carolina NFA Gun Trust, Expungment, Permitting and Castle Doctrine questions.


Nov
22

Get $60 Off Your Gold Level NFA Trust Through November 27th! Use Coupon Code: thanksgiving60

Your custom attorney-drafted “Gold Level” NFA Trust from North Carolina Gun Trust includes 44 Pages Across 19 Documents. Many dealer, DIY and online form trusts contain ten pages or less in only one document. Your trust also includes One Year Free 2nd Amendment Coverage for any discharge or carry incident.

Nov
7

NC Gun Trust at New Bern Gun Show for the 1st Time! On November 12th & 13th!

North Carolina Gun Trust is happy to announce that we will be at the NEW BERN GUN & KNIFE SHOW on Nov. 12th and 13th, for the first time. The show is located on the Craven County Jaycee Fairgrounds right off Highway 70 and free parking is available. If you live in New Bern or Craven County, come to the gun show and drop by our table for a free consultation on any 2nd Amendment related issue and information on a North Carolina gun trust.

Oct
20

October Two-fer: NCGT in both Winston-Salem & Charlotte on the 22nd & 23rd!

North Carolina's 2nd Amendment experts from North Carolina Gun Trust will be in both Charlotte and Winston-Salem this weekend, October 22nd and 23rd. Come to get your questions answered and find out about legal advice before you ever encounter a lethal situation. If you are ever forced to act in self-defense, we can tell you how to have an attorney ready to protect your rights. Come discuss and get answers to any NFA Gun Trust, ATF 41F, Expungement, Permitting, Self-Defense, Castle Doctrine or general Gun Rights questions and issues. We look forward to seeing you there.

Winston-Salem: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds, 414 Deacon Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Charlotte: Park Expo and Conference Center, 2500 E Independence Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28205

Oct
11

TGC Legal Brief: Ultimate Guide to Gun Trusts!

There are several distinct problems with internet trusts. The first being you often don’t get legal advice along with them. You’re left to discern what the different roles in a trust are, such as the settlor or grantor, trustees, beneficiaries, etc. and how to appropriately structure the trust. Second, you have no idea if the trust complies with your particular state’s trust code. Following that same vein, trusts that are marketed as ATF approved really means nothing. ATF looks to see if the document contains certain elements, not if the trust is a valid legal entity in your state. Wherein the problem lies. If the trust is not a valid legal entity and doesn’t actually exist, that could cause a lot of potential headaches in the future for someone, particularly with NFA firearms and the penalties associated with the illegal possession of them.

Via TheGunCollective.com

Oct
6

NCGT at the Asheville NC Gun Show on October 8th & 9th 2016

If you are interested in a NFA Trust or Gun Trust, James Barrett Wilson and Associates of North Carolina Gun Trust will be at the Asheville Gun Show which will be held on Oct 8th - 9th, 2016 in Fletcher, North Carolina. Come by our table to also discuss and get answers to any NFA Gun Trust, ATF 41F, Expungement, Permitting, Self-Defense, Castle Doctrine or general Gun Rights issues.

Address: Western North Carolina Agricultural Center, 1301 Fanning Bridge Rd., Fletcher, North Carolina 28732

Time: Saturday – 9am-5pm and Sunday – 10am-4pm.

Sep
1

Wiping the Slate Clean: Expunge Your NC Criminal Record

North Carolina Expungement

According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, "Felons whose convictions have been set-aside or expunged, or for which the person has been pardoned or has had civil rights restored" are not considered "convicted" and thus they would not be prohibited from owning a gun.

Ready to close the books on a past crime? You might be able to clean your criminal record in North Carolina with an expungement.

Aug
30

10% OFF!: NC Gun Trust Includes 44 Pages Across 19 Documents!

Coupon Code: Get 10% OFF the "Gold Level" NFA Gun Trust!

Your custom attorney-drafted “Gold Level” NFA Trust from North Carolina Gun Trust includes 44 Pages Across 19 Documents. Hands down, it's the best gun trust in North Carolina. Many dealer, DIY and online form trusts contain ten pages or less in only one document. Your trust also includes One Year Free 2nd Amendment Coverage for any discharge or carry incident. Protect your firearms investment and a get a price break on your NFA Gun Trust. With the Coupon Code below, get 10% OFF!

Attorney for ATF? Check! Attorney for LEO? Check! Your “Gold Level” NFA Trust is also: Amendable, Multi-Generational, Avoids Probate, Increases Privacy and Protects Your Assets.

Offer Ends Soon!

CLICK HERE and choose “Select Gold”. At the end of the form, use Coupon Code: SEP40

Aug
29

HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED A PERMIT, HOUSING OR EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE OF AN ARREST OR CONVICTION?

background check clean record NC

These days, more than 90% of employers use background checks in hiring decisions. Often qualified applicants with criminal histories may not be given a fair consideration. In an already competitive and tight job market, this is particularly true.

Almost 200,000 people a year are denied the right to purchase a firearm because they failed a check. A surprising amount of people with open arrest warrants attempt to buy a gun- many of the warrants are years old and, of which, the individual was unaware. Unbelievably, the FBI contacts the agency that issued the warrant to see if it’s still open, and then alerts them to the address of the FFL that processed the background check. There have even been instances which have resulted in an arrest at the gun store.

Aug
23

Anti-Gun Zealot Targets Seniors

"New requirements are necessary due to rising dementia and suicide rates among older adults".

A professor at Johns Hopkins University is urging lawmakers to consider creating new gun laws which require American senior citizens to take competency tests to prove that they are stable enough to own firearms.

According to Shannon Frattaroli, PhD., the new requirements are necessary due to rising dementia and suicide rates among older adults.

“So much of the dialogue around guns in this country has been around crime, and lately, mass shootings. And the older population is not part of that. But when you look at the suicide issue, it’s impossible to ignore older Americans,” the professor told New America. “With that in mind, any conversation about guns has to include a conversation [about] gun ownership among older adults. There’s definitely more to be done on that issue in the United States.”

 

 

Your North Carolina Gun Trust: What You May Not Know and Why Getting it Done Right is Absolutely Crucial!

Saving a Few Bucks Can Cost a Fortune - Do-It-Yourself or DIY gun trusts, copying a trust agreement or discount NFA trusts may put yourself and loved ones in enormous jeopardy. In a worst case scenario, you could be arrested and charged with illegal possession of Title II firearms. Defects in bargain NFA trusts can also be costly- fines up to $250,000 per violation and imprisonment up to 10 years. Last but not least, you become a felon and suffer forfeiture of all your firearms. Why chance it? A highly experienced and specialized North Carolina NFA Trust attorney is imperative.
CLEO Sign Off Not Required – The ATF requirement that individuals obtain the signature of the Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) of the city in which you live, on Form 4, Machine gun/suppressor transfer documents, does not apply to gun trusts. No CLEO signature is required on ATF Form 4 transfers to a gun trust. Many Police Chiefs and Sheriffs (CLEOs) now refuse to sign. ATF Form 4 transfer forms making acquisition of Title II items difficult. The use of a gun trust to acquire Title II items solves this problem..
No Fingerprint Cards Required – The ATF requirement that an individual supply two sets of fingerprint cards with every Form 4 transfer does not apply to transfers to a gun trust.
No Photographs Required – The ATF requirement that an individual supply two photographs with every Form 4 transfer does not apply to transfers to a gun trust.
Continuity, Breadth and Mutuality of Possession – A properly drafted gun trust can allow various persons to possess and use NFA Title II firearms owned by the trust. Several trustees with authority to possess the trust’s NFA Title II weapons can be designated. ATF regulations for individuals limit the possession of NFA Title II firearms to the registered owner only. Gun trusts can be drafted to allow various persons to use the trust’s NFA firearms over the years without the need to transfer them upon the death or incapacity of a trustee or beneficiary of the trust. Family members or friends can be designated as authorized “users” of trust Title II firearms. Nevertheless, when the trust terminates, its property must be distributed to the beneficiaries and a transfer tax paid on each NFA item.
Confidentiality – When a gun trust purchases a Title II firearm, it must submit a copy of the trust to the ATF with the Form 4. The NFA gun trust is otherwise confidential. It is not filed of record and, other than NFA firearms purchased by the trust which must be registered with the ATF, its assets are confidential and need not be disclosed.
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