Overview of digital assets and why they should be included in a Will
Traditionally, cash, properties, high value possessions, investments, etc. all formed part of a person’s estate when they passed away. However, in the 21st century, digital assets are becoming more and more common when administering an estate.
The objective of this blog is to walkthrough what digital assets are, which ones can and cannot be included in a Will and offer tips on how professionals can help clients avoid issues when planning a legacy that includes digital assets.
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