In today’s technological world, estates include more than just the obvious, tangible property that people think of first. Along with houses, cars, and jewelry, many people have digital assets that can be inherited.
Digital assets include items such as passwords, digital pictures, medical information, instructive memos, and any other item that is accessed primarily through digital means such as books, music, and movies.
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Digital assets can also include intellectual property such as copyrights, trademarks, and patents. Because of its wide definition and its growing presence in the world, property that was once only held physically is quickly becoming digitized.
David Osterman has over 30 years of experience assisting individuals in managing their digital assets through estate planning. With that talent on your side, you can feel confident that your assets will be protected when you pass.
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