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Find information and legal forms to get started on estate planning, including writing a will, advanced directive, power of attorney, beneficiary deed, and trusts in Montana.

  • Estate Planning in Montana: Getting Started

    Learn about the six steps to getting started on estate planning. Download checklists to help you get started on writing your will. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Dying Without a Will in Montana: Who Receives Your Property?

    Learn about how your property will pass to family and friends if you die without a will in Montana. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • What You Should Know When Writing a Will in Montana

    Learn about wills in Montana, including legal terms you will need to know and things to think about when writing a will. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Glossary of Estate Planning Terms

    Learn definitions for estate planning terms used in Montana. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Letter of Last Instructions

    Leaving a will won't always cover everything your survivors will need after you die. Learn about the instructions you should leave behind when you die to help your survivors settle your estate. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Beneficiary Deeds in Montana

    Beneficiary deeds allow owners of land and buildings in Montana to pass their property to one or more beneficiaries at the time of the owner's death, without probate. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Life Estate: A Useful Estate Planning Tool

    Information about life estates and how you can use them when writing a will. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Power of Attorney in Montana

    Information you should know when thinking about naming a power of attorney. Learn about your rights if you have a power of attorney, the risks, the rights and responsibilities of an agent, and more. Read More

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    Montana State University Extension
  • Managing Someone Else's Money guides

    Millions of Americans are managing money or property for a loved one who is unable to pay bills or make financial decisions. This can be very overwhelming. But, it’s also a great opportunity to help someone you care about, and protect them from scams and fraud. Find information about Power of Attorney, Court-Appointed Guardians, Trustees, and Government Fiduciaries (i.e. Social Security Payees). The guides help you to be a financial caregiver in three ways: - They walk you through your duties. - They tell you how to watch out for scams and financial exploitation, and what to do if your loved one is a victim. - They tell you where you can go for help. Read More

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    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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