The new Washington law, I-594, requiring background checks on all gun transfers goes into effect today. Do you need your gun rights restored before you can pass a background check? If you need to have your right to possess a firearm restored, Spokane Washington gun rights restoration lawyer Alan Green of the Green Law Office can help.Continue reading
Last weekend, Spokane gun rights restoration lawyer Alan Green assisted local FFL Best Buy Surplus complete the transfers on 1,000 guns auctioned off at Premier Auction House in Post Falls. Abiding by all state and federal gun laws regarding transfer of firearms, all 1,000 guns were successfully sold to responsible parties passing background checks and completing all of the required paperwork. “I am not sure what was more impressive: seeing all those guns in one place, or the process to get them all sold and properly transferred,” said one participant.Continue reading
The Green Law Office in Spokane, Washington helps clients restore their right to possess a firearm when poor decisions long ago now affect their right to have and use a gun. For those who already can and do own and use firearms, but want to protect their guns for themselves and their families, or utilize some of the advantages of current gun laws, the Green Law Office advises clients and drafts comprehensive gun trusts for the legal purchase and transfer of NFA guns and suppressors / silencers.
Having an experienced lawyer assist you with getting your gun rights restored can mean the difference between a smooth process that ends with you hunting this season and utter frustration. Having gun rights restored in the State of Washington follows some pretty straightforward laws, but the procedure can be very difficult to understand. The Green Law Office, PLLC has handled the restoration of gun rights for clients covering the entire spectrum of variables, from cases having to do with civil commitment, to mistaken records, to long-ago felonies where records have disappeared. And in the current political climate, the FBI NICS division is more difficult than ever to deal with alone.Continue reading