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Planning for the Passing of Native American Lands to Avoid Further Fractionation. Risk Management Agency. Community Outreach and Assistance Partnership Program. Marsha Goetting MSU Extension Family Economics Specialist Kristin Ruppel MSU Native American Studies Dept.

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Planning for the Passing of Native American Lands to Avoid Further Fractionation


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Risk Management Agency

Community Outreach and Assistance Partnership Program


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Marsha GoettingMSU Extension Family Economics Specialist

Kristin RuppelMSU Native American Studies Dept.

James B. JohnsonMSU Emeritus Faculty

Keri Hayes

MSU Extension Publications Assistant

Project Facilitators


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Verna BilledeauxMSU Blackfeet Reservation Extension Agent

Tamara BirdsbillBlackfeet MSU Extension Student Assistant

Blackfeet, MT


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Don AddyMSU Fort Belknap Reservation Extension Agent

Tony Little OwlFort Belknap MSU Extension Student Assistant

Fort Belknap, MT


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Carrie Sue ArchdaleFort Peck Community College

Floyd Azure IIFort Peck MSU Extension Student Assistant

Fort Peck, MT


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Marilyn BischoffUniversity of Idaho-Boise Center

Extension Family Economics Specialist

Danielle GunnUniversity of Idaho Fort Hall Extension Agent

Carol PabacaroFort HallUniversity of Idaho Extension Student Assistant

Fort Hall, Idaho


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Web site for PowerPoint slideswww.montana.edu/indianland


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AmericanIndian Probate Reform Act of 2004(AIPRA)


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AIPRA: Probate Sections

  • Effective for persons who pass away on or after June 20, 2006


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AIPRA

  • State law no longer applies to Trust Property when a person passes away without a will.


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14 Fact Sheets

  • Highlight

  • Describe

  • Illustrate


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Definition

  • Fractionation

    • An increasing number of owners for a land parcel with each passing generation


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Fractionation

  • 6 generation family


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1stGeneration

Original

Allottee


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2nd Generation

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3


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3rd Generation

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3

1/9

1/9

1/9


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4th Generation

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3

1/9

1/9

1/9

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/36


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5th Generation

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3

1/9

1/9

1/9

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/144

1/144

1/144

1/144


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6th Generation

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3

1/9

1/9

1/9

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/144

1/144

1/144

1/144

?

?

?


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6thGeneration

Original

Allottee

1/3

1/3

1/3

1/9

1/9

1/9

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/36

1/144

1/144

1/144

1/144

1/432

1/432

1/432


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Fractionation by $$$$

  • Example

    • Lease Dollar Amounts


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1st Generation

$1,002

Annual Income


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2nd Generation

$1,002

Annual Income

$334

$334

$334


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3th Generation

$1,002

Annual Income

$334

$334

$334

$111.33

$111.33

$111.33


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4th Generation

$1,002

Annual Income

$334

$334

$334

$111.33

$111.33

$111.33

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83


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5th Generation

$1,002

Annual Income

$334

$334

$334

$111.33

$111.33

$111.33

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83

$6.96

$6.96

$6.96

$6.96


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6th Generation

$1,002

Annual Income

$334

$334

$334

$111.33

$111.33

$111.33

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83

$27.83

$6.96

$6.96

$6.96

$6.96

$2.32

$2.32

$2.32


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Montana

  • For fee land on our reservations:

  • Montana law applies if you pass away without a will.


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Personal Property

  • AIPRA does not affect:

    • Checking Accounts

    • Saving Accounts

    • Vehicles

  • State of residence or tribal probate laws apply


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    AIPRA distribution among eligible heirs:

    • Depends on percentage of undivided interest owned by the person who passed away


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    Use ITI Report to determine % of ownership

    • 5% or more?

    • Less than 5%?


    Example iti report l.jpg

    .0173661111 = 1.7% Ft Peck

    .156250000 = 15.6% Ft Belknap

    .0078125000 = 0.8% Blackfeet

    .114583333 = 11.5% Ft Peck

    .0078125000 = 0.8% Standing R

    .0260416667 = 2.6% Ft Hall

    Example: ITI Report


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    Single Heir Rule

    • Undivided interest of less than 5%

      • passes to one person in following order…..


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    Single Heir Rule

    (less than 5% & no will)

    • First priority:

      • Oldest surviving eligible child


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    Survivors: Husband & Children(less than 5% & no will)

    Husband

    0

    Wife

    Child

    Age 18

    0

    Child

    Age 22

    0

    Child

    Age 24

    All


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    .0173661111 = 1.7% Ft Peck

    .0156250000 = 1.6% Ft Belknap

    .0078125000 = 0.8% Blackfeet

    .0114583333 = 1.1% Ft Peck

    .0078125000 = 0.8% Standing R

    .0260416667 = 2.6% Ft Hall

    (Each is less than 5%)

    24 year old receives all


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    Fact Sheet #6

    • Your Undivided Interest:

      5% or more

    • What Happens If You Pass Away Without a Written Will?


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    Parents inherit equally

    Mother

    1/2

    Father

    1/2

    Single

    Person

    Passed Away

    (5% or more, no will)


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    Equal Amounts to Sisters

    Father

    Mother

    Single

    person passed

    away after

    Father & Mother

    1/3

    1/3

    1/3

    (5% or more, no will)


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    Two Brothers Survive

    Sisters passed

    away before brother

    (5% or more & no will)


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    Equally to Living Brothers

    (5% or more & no will)


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    Living brother receives all

    (5% or more & no will)


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    Nieces & Nephews

    Do NOT Inherit

    (5% or more no will)


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    Child

    passed

    away

    before

    parent

    What does grandchild

    receive, if any?

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Child

    passed

    away

    before

    parent

    Grandchild inherits by right of representation

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Two

    children

    passed

    away

    before

    parent

    Survivors: Child & Grandchildren

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Two

    children

    passed

    away

    before

    parent

    Survivors: Child & Grandchildren

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Survivors: Child & Grandchildren

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Survivors: Child & Grandchildren

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    Survivors: Grandchildren

    All

    children

    passed

    away

    before

    parent

    (5% & more, no will)

    Grandchildren


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    IIM Accounts

    • Money earned from

      • Leases

      • Timber/Land Sales

      • Grazing

      • Mineral Royalty Payments


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    Do I have an IIM account?

    • Office of the Special Trustee (OST) on each reservation

      • Ledger Report


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    OST Phone Numbers

    Blackfeet: 406-338-7518

    Fort Peck: 406-768-3288

    Fort Belknap: 406-353-2281

    Fort Hall: 208-238-2310


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    Survivors: Parents

    Father

    1/2

    Mother

    1/2

    Single

    Person


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    IIM: $5,000

    Dad

    $2,500

    Mother

    $2,500

    Single

    Person


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    Survivor: One parent

    Mother

    $5,000

    Father

    Single

    Person


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    IIM equally to brothers & sisters

    Father

    Mother

    Single

    person passed

    away after

    Father & Mother

    1/3

    1/3

    1/3


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    IIM Account: $3,000

    Father

    Mother

    Single

    person passed

    away after

    Father & Mother

    $1,000

    $1,000

    $1,000


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    2 living, 2 deceased

    Sisters passed

    away before brother

    (no will)


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    IIM Distribution


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    IIM Distribution


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    IIM Accounts

    Wife

    1/3

    Husband

    Equally divide 2/3

    Their

    Child

    2/9

    Their

    Child

    2/9

    Their

    Child

    2/9


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    IIM $9,000

    Wife

    1/3

    $3,000

    Husband

    Equally divide 2/3 = $6,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000


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    Wife

    1/3

    $3,000

    Husband

    $9,000

    Equally divide 2/3 = $6,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000

    Their

    Child

    $2,000

    Grand

    Child

    $1,000

    Grand

    Child

    $1,000

    Grand

    Child

    0


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    Writing a Will

    • Fact Sheet #9


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    Written Will

    • Pass undivided interests in trust lands and IIM money to whomever you choose


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    Does a will have to be written?

    • YES!!!

      • Includes

        • Typed

        • Computer

        • Handwritten


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    Does my will have to be witnessed?

    • Federal law--YES

    • Two witnesses

      • Neither “should” be a beneficiary in the will


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    BIA Policy

    • Agency staff does not

      • write wills

      • store wills


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    AmericanIndian Probate Reform Act of 2004(AIPRA)

    Updated 12/12/06


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