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Enacted in 1989, the Missouri Nonprobate Transfers Law (Sections 461.003 et seq, Revised Statutes of Missouri (2012)) allows those who own real property in Missouri the option of conveying real property after death, but without the need for probate distribution.
One distinctive feature of this useful estate planning tool is its flexibility. The grantor retains absolute ownership of and control over the Missouri real estate, with the freedom to sell, rent, mortgage, or otherwise use the land at will with no penalty for waste or obligation to inform the named beneficiary. He or she may also change details about beneficiaries or even revoke the beneficiary deed outright by executing and recording a new document containing the updated information. For the beneficiary deed and any related changes or revocations to be valid, however, the deed must be recorded during the grantor's lifetime.
This flexibility is possible because the transfer of ownership is incomplete. There is no statutory obligation to notify grantees of their beneficiary status, so there is typically no consideration (something of value, usually money) paid for the potential future interest in the real estate. The transfer of ownership rights is completed when the grantor dies and the beneficiary records the appropriate documentation.
Overall, Missouri beneficiary deeds are a simple and effective estate planning tool for individuals who want to pass on real property rights outside of the probate process. Even so, it is essential to review how executing a beneficiary deed might impact taxes, as well as eligibility for local, state, and federal benefits and asset-based programs.
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We guarantee that you will receive access to the forms that you order and that those forms will be compliant with the recording requirements for the jurisdiction the forms were purchased for and the statutory requirements for content of the document.
Easy to download and fill out as long as the Sarpy County Courthouse will take it I will be a happy customer.
Pretty good tool at a reasonable price. Parts of the instructions were a little confusing, but overall okay. The completed sample form helped, but package would have been better with a few more examples.
The forms I paid for and downloaded were great, and easy to follow. It helped being online, so I could input the information needed right on the PDF form, and able to save it too. The guide and sample that came with it was very helpful to me. Considering everything for the 19.97 was a good price, I thought, and very convenient to use, and able to keep the downloaded page for future. Thanks!
The forms were very easy to use. Alot better than using an lawyer. Alot cheaper also.
Need more information to know where to look for type of ownership held???? Thanks!
Well formatted. Could have used more thorough descriptions of the different types of beneficiary s.
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worked very good, all and more then expected
Difficult to find once there its ez
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Worked great, saved me a lot of money. Thanks
I would like to see your instructions contain an example of the wording for multiple beneficiaries.
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This appeared to be the simplest form I could locate online. The others I looked over used legal jargon and I was unsure of what information was being requested. This had an explanation for each term that was used. Very easy to use...
I had trouble determining how to get back to my account. The explanations of how to fill it out were good.
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The form is easy to use and saves a lot of time, instructions were great. I ranked it 9 because I feel it needs to allow a copy and paste for long property descriptions to insure accuracy of survey.
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I am so glad I ordered my benificary deed. It was so easy to use, with all instructions. If you want to do it yourself,you should try it. It has saved me alot of money by not hiring someone to do this for me.
After following the instructions and example, I found the form to be easy to read and follow.
The forms were easy to purchase easy to use and customer support was quick and helpful. I specially like the example to follow. Ron Richter
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