Why a MoKaN Gun Trust?

Legally owning, operating, and possessing a firearm is
strictly regulated by state and federal
governments. A Gun Trust is a trust entity established
for the purpose of ensuring your firearms are
privately owned, managed, and protected--both
during your life and after you die.

Benefits for ALL Gun Owners:

Additional Benefits for NFA Gun Owners:

NFA Firearms (also referred as Title II firearms and sometimes mistakenly called Class Three Firearms), are firearms
regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA). They include supressors, machine guns/automatic weapons, short-
barreled rifles, short-barreled shotguns, as well as other destructive devices.

A Gun Trust allows firearm owners to privately and legally own NFA firearms without supplying:

  • CLEO (Chief Law Enforcement Officer) Signature
  • Fingerprints
  • Photographs
  • Also greatly reduces associated fees and taxes.
Allows you to designate, in the trust, other individuals who can lawfully possess the firearms without them registering
with the ATF.

A properly drafted Gun Trust also protects the firearm owner and his or her family and friends from unknowingly
commiting a crime. This can occur when an unauthorized person comes into contact with the NFA firearm--by sharing
guns at the shooting range or even being in the same room as the firearm. This could also happen if your family is
trying to assist with your firearms after you become incapacitated or die.

At MoKaN Gun Trusts, Attorney Jennifer Mickelson utilized GunDocX software and over a decade of experience drafting trusts to create a
legal and comprehensive document to fit each client's individual needs. Not only does Jennifer ensure each trust meets federal guidelines,
she also customizes each trust to meet the state guidelines in the states where she is licensed: Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska.

MoKan Gun Trusts offers three levels of trusts to meet the needs of firearms owners in Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. Firearm owners can
choose from Bronze, Silver, and Gold Trust Editions.

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