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Carissa Giebel column: Are digital assets in your estate plan?

7:31 PM, May 27, 2013
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Have you ever considered what might happen to your digital assets after you are no longer able to access them due to incapacity or death? My guess is that most people have never thought about this before.

Do you even know what "digital assets" are? Let me start there. Digital assets can include sent and received emails, email accounts, digital music, digital photographs, digital videos, gaming accounts, software licenses, social network accounts, file-sharing accounts, financial accounts, domain registrations, Domain Name System (DNS) service accounts, blogs, listservs, ...

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