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March 24, 2021

There are three methods people can transfer their property to beneficiaries when they pass away. The three methods are: contractual arrangements, written wills or Montana intestate succession statutes (laws for those who did not have a written will). For this article, we will look at contractual arrangements.

Contractual arrangements specifically provide for the passing of property or assets to a beneficiary and are considered transfers taking effect at death. Some examples of assets which provide the naming of beneficiaries through contractual arrangements are: life insurance and annuity p...

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