I talk with all my clients about their digital assets – but, sometimes, along with all the other challenging decisions and tasks they deal with in their estate, health care, and capacity planning, digital assets don’t seem to make the important impression they deserve. I’ve written several blog entries on the topic of Digital Assets, so I won’t repeat here. I did find this nextavenue.org article (link below), however, that does a very nice job of explaining what digital assets are, how to organize them, and what to do once you’ve gathered them. The article offers a straight-forward, efficient set of steps to think about and protect your digital assets. And, of course, if you’ve got questions or concerns, contact an attorney to help you think through your choices.
This blog is written by Bridget-Michaele Reischl, Attorney DECORO LAW OFFICE, PLLC www.decorolaw.com
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