1-Hour Program

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Overview

We live in an age of electronic information of increasing volumes and varieties. This information can have value (think of the sale of digital content) and can be an asset – or a liability – of an individual. Indeed, that asset or liability can be a feature of estate planning and can also be a factor in the care and treatment of an individual who's disabled or incompetent.  Key issues may arise for planning purposes such as:

  • Where are digital assets kept or maintained and what third parties are involved? [15 minutes]
  • What barriers or roadblocks will fiduciaries regularly encounter when trying to access digital assets? [20 minutes]
  • Can these barriers or roadblocks be overcome, and if so, how? [25 minutes]

Join expert faculty for an in-depth discussion on these issues and other relevant concerns that may be facing estate planning and fiduciary professionals.

 

Program Level: Update

Intended Audience: Attorneys, accountants, CPAs, estate-planning and financial-planning professionals

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

 

Faculty:

Ronald J. Hedges, Dentons US LLP

Brittany J. Maxey-Fisher, Maxey-Fisher, PLLC

Stacey L. Turmel, The Internet is for Everyone, LLC

 

 

 

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