Digital Assets

As we explained a few years ago, the internet has changed how we look at estate planning. No longer is estate planning limited to the management or distribution of assets such as real estate, bank accounts, life insurance or investments. With the ability to store personal data, manage assets on-line and create digital content (think of Facebook for example), a person’s estate also includes their digital assets. Too often however those digital assets are overlooked when it comes to estate planning which can cause problems for family members or other heirs. A recent article: “When Doing Estate Planning, Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets”, The Wall Street Journal, April 20, 2020, expl

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