Devolution of Real Property After Death in Montana

When a Montanan dies, probate is required for any property he or she held individually or as a tenant in common; property held in a survivorship interest devolves to survivors by process of law; property held in trust or with a beneficiary designation likewise avoids probate. However, documentation (such as an affidavit of surviving spouse) must still be recorded to effectively pass title.

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