A Montana transfer on death deed (TODD) transfers property to a beneficiary at the owner’s death without probate. Probate is the court process of distributing a deceased person’s estate and can be a tiring, expensive procedure for their survivors. By recording a TODD, the property owner ensures that their real estate will be transferred to their chosen beneficiary without any legal complications. During their lifetime, the owner is free to transfer or sell the property or revoke the deed as they choose. At the time of their death, their interest in the deed property will be transferred to the beneficiary along with any liens, mortgages, or other encumbrances that may be attached to the title.
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