Trusts & Estates
Digital Assets: Why They Need to Be Part of Your Estate Plan
By: Matthew T. McClintock, JD | VP of Legal Education, WealthCounsel
Digital Asset Protection is a growing concern due to the prevalence of web-based account management, email, social media, and everything digital. Yet few people think to include digital assets in their estate plans, an oversight that can have disastrous results.
How safe are digital assets? What happens to them when you die or become incapacitated? These are questions your clients should be asking, and this a perfect opportunity for you to help answer them. Use this helpful guide to talk with your clients about including digital asset protection in their estate plans today.
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