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Category: Digital Assets

Cryptocurrency in an estate plan

Estate planning is more complex for individuals with cryptocurrency. Unlike traditional assets, cryptocurrency is not regulated by federal authorities, which may make it difficult for heirs to access them after the owner’s death. Proper planning ensures digital assets are successfully transferred to loved ones and beneficiaries. There are two main ways to own crypto: on…Read More

Are you overlooking what happens to your digital assets when you die?

Twenty years ago most people would only have a handful of online passwords to remember. Today, our digital life is much different. We bank online, some have cryptocurrencies, pictures are stored in the cloud and our daily lives are interwoven with digital information. Not everyone makes plans for their digital assets after they pass away,…Read More

The Importance of Digital Assets

Access to your digital assets and accounts in the event of your disability or death is an important part of any estate plan.  Every year your digital presence grows. Some of your digital accounts may be tied to your bank accounts and some may not. Either way, you should have an ongoing list of all…Read More

How to Include your Digital Life in your Estate Planning

It used to be that when someone died, there was a basic plan to settle their estate: clean out the house, go through all the papers, and file a tax return at the end of the year.  Times have changed. Today we live part of our lives online, which can cause problems for our loved…Read More