Protecting Clients’ Digital Assets

Protecting Clients’ Digital Assets

Looking through a Google Glass brightly—Paul’s email to the Corinthians

Trusts and Estates’ readers keep up-to-the-minute on the best ways for clients to create, protect and transfer wealth. Yet, many advisors pay scant attention to an ubiquitous and often valuable property interest—digital assets.

Most state laws governing the actions of fiduciaries fail to mention or differentiate digital from non-digital assets. Most agreements governing online accounts ignore

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