Pass your real estate property on to a beneficiary when you die, without putting it through probate, with these Montana Beneficiary Deed Forms.
- The Beneficiary Deed (or TOD, for short) must be signed and registered with the County Recorder's Office before the original owner passes away.
- Even though title to the property is being transferred into the beneficiary's name, you will still have all the ownership rights to the property, and you can deal with the property in any way you like, without requiring the permission or consent of the beneficiary. You can even sell the property.
- The file also includes a Revocation of Beneficiary Deed, so you can cancel the Beneficiary Deed at any time after it has been recorded.
These Montana Beneficiary Deed Forms
are downloadable legal forms. Fill them in, sign them, get them notarized, and have them recorded.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016