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Category: Digital Assets

digital assets and your estate plan

digital assets and your estate plan

Digital assets are an increasingly important part of our lives. However, when it comes to estate planning, these items are most often overlooked. I recently read an article published by Fidelity on this topic. I would commend this article to everyone, whether you are a Fidelity client. It is free to read and contains useful […]

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who can access your e-mail? (status of laws relating to digital assets)

who can access your e-mail? (status of laws relating to digital assets)

At the moment, you likely don’t want anyone (other than perhaps your significant other) to have access your e-mail, social media, online bank account, i-tunes and/or any of a number of other online accounts.  If something were to happen to your parent, your spouse, your child or other family member, you might need to access that […]

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Laws Related to Digital Assets Continue to Evolve

Digital Assets are often overlooked in the estate planning process. Do you have digital photos on your phone and or computer? Do you have an e-mail account, a Facebook account, a Twitter account and/or some other social media account? Are your financial account statements delivered to you online? Do you access your bank and investment […]

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Digital Assets Have More Than Just “Virtual” Importance

Many Utah residents (as well as those who live in other states) have tens of thousands of dollars worth of “digital assets” and far too many have done little or nothing to ensure that such valuable items are protected (both now and later). Digital assets include music, games, pictures, e-mails, personal files and records, blog […]

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