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Estate Planning for Digital Assets
Only two states (Oklahoma and Idaho) have statutes that directly address digital assets in a probate context - and then only in the administration phase. Few estate planners provide digital asset planning for their clients, ...
Digital Planning: The Future of Elder Law
The majority of individuals over age sixty-five use digital resources such as e-mail and the Internet, however, most people have not planned for how to dispose of digital assets after their deaths. This article discusses ...
Web Meets the Will: Estate Planning for Digital Assets
As a general rule, personal property falls into two major categories—tangible and intangible. Recently, many have started to use a subdivision of personal property known as “digital assets.” Most attorneys are not sure ...