Beneficiary Deeds in Montana

News and Resources | March, 17, 2013 | by 0 Comments

The 2007 Montana Legislature authorized beneficiary deeds as a way for people to transfer at death their real property (located in Montana) to one or more beneficiaries without probate. Real property is land, including whatever is erected, growing on or affixed to it, such as homes, garages, or other buildings, fences, water systems (unless removable), mineral deposits and standing uncut timber.

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