Bequeathing And Inheriting Guns: What To Do With Firearms When Someone Dies – by Jon Sobel

Courtney DeSoto

“When you die, your assets go to the people named in your Will or Trust, right? Sure — except if they’re guns. Then maybe not. With firearms, inheritance gets complicated. Whether your wishes can be followed depends on where you live, what types of guns you own, and the individuals who would inherit.”

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