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Old August 6, 2012, 07:31 AM   #63
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I really think the OP needs to consult an attorney
I think this is more a family&personal issue rather than a legal issue. People might be fed up, so goodwill might not be so inclined at this time. The OP wouldn't need to seek legal advice until a legal issue was forced from the other side anyways, but maybe he could send some cash or verbally let the son's mom know he is storing for grandkids etc. Those are just examples and might not suffice either at this point, but he has a good debating tool on his side: no one is going to argue with the fact that the son is now a convicted felon + people need to take this seriously and not just 'do this or that' without proper planning. I guess you could keep the guns as repayment of just debt and call everything even now
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