When considering what happens in an estate plan, some of the first things that often come to mind are who will inherit the property, who can look after a dependent child, or what should happen with it. various personal effects. But what about its digital assets?
It’s not uncommon for people to exclude digital assets from a will just because they don’t remember or think they matter so much. Since so many of us now live a significant part of our lives in the digital world, it is important that executors can access all assets that may belong to a loved one, including digital assets.
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