Kings Court Trust’s latest blog post discusses the importance of creating a digital estate plan.
When considering what goes into an estate plan, some of the first things that often come to mind are who will inherit property, who may care for a dependent child or what should happen with various personal belongings. But what about one’s digital assets?
It’s not uncommon for people to exclude digital assets from a Will simply because they don’t remember them or don’t believe they have as much significance. With so many of us now living substantial parts of our lives in the digital world, it’s important that Executors can access all assets that may be owned by a loved one, including digital assets.
In this new blog, learn how one can create a digital estate plan in 5 simple steps.
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