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Old 11-07-2011, 05:35 AM   #21
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I don't know much about divorce, but I would sell the guns to a person I trusted (mother, brother, sister, father, really close friend, ect) and then buy them back after the divorce was all said and done. If Kentucky laws are like Texas laws, then you can just sell the gun with no paperwork. That means that he (or the court) would not be able to track the guns down or even prove they exist.

I am not a lawyer, or anything like that. This is just what I would try to do. You should also talk to your lawyer.

Sorry about the divorce.

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If you have the time and you can go to the gun shops that you bought the guns from, you can obtain a copy of the 4473 for each gun from the dealer. The 4473 will show that you purchased the guns for yourself and when you purchased them. If any of them were face to face private sales and the person is still around, then get something in writing from them if they will do so. In community property States, in most cases, your property and his become community property and must be devided equally upon divorce unless there is a pre-nup aggreement prior to marriage. In some community property states, the length of time that you are married also plays a role. As always, it is best to contact a lawyer.


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