Category Archives: Digital Estate Planning

The Need for Digital Estate Planning – Part II

Last time, I discussed the importance of planning for a person’s digital estate. I also mentioned the need to plan for your digital assets has only emerged over the last few years.  Unfortunately, that means how digital assets are treated … Continue reading

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The Need for Digital Estate Planning

There is a new show on NBC called Revolution. The premise of the show is that there has been a worldwide blackout and all the electrical devices have shutdown. No TV. No computer, no A/C, etc.  The blackout has lasted … Continue reading

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Planning Your Digital Estate…Part II

Last post, I wrote about digital estate planning and you can read it more here. The question I raised is that there has to be a solution.  And there is partially one but there is not a full proof one. … Continue reading

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Planning Your Digital Estate…Part I

I’m going to date myself, but I still vividly remember signing up for my first “electronic” mail account in the early 90’s when I was a freshman in college. I guess it was memorable because it required traveling down into … Continue reading

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