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2 hours ago, jjustice322 said:

Can anyone recommend a lawyer in the Knoxville area to help me set up a NFA trust? Thanks

He's not in Knoxville but I suspect you could do a phone consultation with John Wells here in Nashville and he could take care of you across the Internet / by mail.

John is extremely knowledgeable on this subject.

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