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Bitcoin or Bust: Can One Really “Trust” One’s Digital Assets?
(Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2015)
Twenty-first century estate planning will require consideration and protection of digital assets and currencies. Attorneys and investors should consider bitcoin and other forms of digital currencies for estate planning ...
Digital Assets – A Guide to Planning and Administration
(Estate Planning Studies, 2018)
Prudent estate professionals must address digital assets from two perspectives. First, they must provide for the disposition of digital assets. Second, they must provide instructions to fiduciaries regarding access to ...
The Future of Estate Planning: The Multigenerational Life Plan
(Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2012)
Proposes that traditional estate planning is only a small subset of a life plan, and every estate plan should be designed to deal with multigenerational issues and asset protection. Six areas exist that are often forgotten ...
Digital Life After Death: The Issue of Planning for a Person’s Digital Assets After Death
(Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Journal, 2011)
Discusses the issue of digital assets as they pertain to estate planning, what many of the websites that contain a person's digital assets (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc.) are doing to protect the person's personal ...
When You Pass on, Don't Leave the Passwords Behind
(Probate and Property, 2012-02)
Clients increasingly need help to determine how digital assets will be managed upon their death. This article addresses why attorneys and clients should include digital assets in estate plans, how to actually plan for ...