It’s not everyday that an entirely new asset class surfaces in the estate-planning world. That day has come, though, as planners are now being confronted having to build an estate plan around their clients’ non-fungible token (NFT) holdings. The precarious and ever-murky legal footing of NFTs doesn’t change the fact that estate planners must now find ways to use existing estate and tax planning tools to help their clients manage, hold and transfer NFTs and related digital assets based on
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