Step 1: Install Quicken Will Maker. Click on the Example Links for screen shots. Step 2: Fill in your full legal name and hit next. You want to select 'Estate Planning" and choose 'Living Trust - Basic Trust.' Hit Create Document and then choose your state of residence. EX 1 EX 2 Step 3 Naming Trustees: You need to name a couple people who will manage the property after your incapacitation. There also need to be three people who can decide whether or not you are mentally fit to manage the property. This is more for things like old ladies leaving their dogs $15 million. One recommendation is to name one or two doctors you trust, if you plan on transferring all of your firearms to your trust. (Make sure you put their full names, not just Mom, or Dad ) EX 3 EX 4 Step 4 Listing Trust Property: This is all pretty self explanatory. Since NFA stuff doesn't have a deed or a title, all you need to do is add the info (serial Number, manufacture, model, caliber, whatever) and Will Maker will print out a form when you are finished so you can transfer it. More on that later. EX 5 EX 6 EX 7 Step 5 Beneficiaries: Because I will only be putting NFA stuff into the trust, I chose to distribute all items to one or more beneficiaries. If you click on the icon with the stick figures, you can add the people you've already used. For me, I put my father down as my first beneficiary and my mother as my alternate beneficiary in case my father passes away first. You can put down whoever you want, just make sure it's someone you trust. Another thing to make it easier is if you name people older than 35. Step 6 Contact Info: This part is easy, just list addresses, emails, phone numbers so in case of your incapacitation, the people you named in your trust can be contacted. EX 8 EX 9 Step 7 Preview and Print: OK, you're done with the computer part and almost ready to fill out your Form 1/Form 4! Right now, this is a very basic trust, but it's good enough for NFA stuff, probably unsatisfactory for anything else. Export it to MS word and read over it to make sure it says what you want it to say. I only changed one part and that was in Section 2. I changed it from "The grantor may add property to the trust. " to “The grantor may add or remove property to or from the trust.” This is just in case I decide to sell any of my NFA stuff. Print out the whole document and move onto the next step. EX 10 Step 8 Transferring NFA Items to your trust:Once you've listed the item (say an AR-15 receiver for a SBR project) in your trust, Will Maker will print out the Assignment of Property Document. Step 9 Getting your Trust notarized: Take your trust to a bank, courthouse, wherever you have a notary, pay a small fee and you're done. You now have a trust and you can proceed to filling out your Form 1 or Form 4. Sidenote: I'm not a lawyer so this is just a rough guide that will produce a trust good enough for NFA stuff. If there's anything I missed, please let me know.