How Can I Help You?
I work with clients to help them succeed, whether this involves setting up a new business, working with them to understand and work within the requirements of complicated federal and state laws, resolving firearm legal issues, or preparing their wills, trusts (including firearm trusts), and other estate planning documents.
I can work with you to:
- New Business: Prepare the necessary documents to get your business started See More
- Regulatory Compliance: Understand the legal requirements for your business so you can take a proactive approach to ensuring compliance See More
- Estate Planning: Prepare or revise your wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents See More
- Firearms Law: Address your legal questions and needs as they involve firearm laws (Individuals and Businesses)
While my legal practice is not limited to firearm businesses and those owning firearms, my unique qualifications help businesses and individuals with their firearm-related, legal concerns. I have authored two volumes on firearm laws. Volume 1 explains federal firearm laws and Volume 2 explains Texas firearm laws. Read More
Whether you currently operate a business, or wish to start one, you should seek counsel from an attorney who can help you prepare the necessary documents and navigate the legal requirements. This is particularly important with a firearms business where legal compliance is paramount to staying in business. Working with an attorney who knows and understands these laws and regulations will help you get started and continue your business without legal entanglements.
Gary works with business owners and other individuals to help them with their estate planning needs, including the preparation of wills, trusts (including gun trusts), powers of attorney, medical directives, and other estate planning documents. He also provides legal representation to help protect and restore their firearm rights. His services also include mediation services to help couples avoid much of the litigation costs and potential loss of firearms often resulting from litigious divorce proceedings.