How to Transfer Real Property Owned in a Joint Tenancy or in a Life Estate Without Probate

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When real property is owned as joint tenants or is subject to a life estate, the distribution method is determined by Montana Law. The process is described in this MontGuide. Black and white, 8 pages.

  • AuthorMarsha Goetting, Jackie Rumph and Keri Hayes
  • Copyright2016
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