You may think that because you are young, you do not need an estate plan. However, even young adults can benefit from putting together a basic estate plan. At Kozeny and McCubbin, L.C., we know it is important for all Missouri residents to consider how their death will affect loved ones.
Each state in the country is responsible for creating its own gun laws pertaining to the right to carry a concealed weapon. In Missouri, the concealed carry laws were changed recently. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, on January 1, 2017, there was an expansion to the law on carrying a concealed weapon.
The state of Missouri does not demand retreat in the face of a deadly threat. The law allows you to act in self-defense instead. While this is a positive change for gun owners and defenders of the Constitutional right to bear (and use) arms, it also demands proper interpretation of the law.
Owning a gun is a right that many Missouri citizens exercise, but you need to be sure you understand the laws concerning the types of guns you can own and how they can be used. Some rules may seem obvious, but others are more confusing. Many people do not understand how these laws pertain to BB guns, so we at Kozeny and McCubbin have developed this guide to clarify the issue for you.