Posts tagged with "Digital assets"



Estate Planning · October 25, 2019
Your family's most precious wealth is not money, but the memories you make, the values you instill, and the lessons you hand down. These intangible assets are likely to be lost forever however, these could be preserved and passed on to your loved ones through comprehensive estate planning at definitely no extra cost. As your Family Startup Lawyer™, we can help you customize your estate plan and help you pass on not just your financial wealth, but your most treasured family values as well.
Estate Planning · September 20, 2019
Proactive measures to help stave off risks posed by the big wealth transfer is important to make sure your wealth is protected and put to the best use possible, regardless of how much or how little wealth you plan to pass on or stand to inherit. Having a comprehensive plan and openly discussing your values and legacy with your loved ones is another key way to ensure your planning strategies work exactly as you intended. Here are several important actions to take for wealth transfer.
Estate Planning · September 13, 2019
It is crucial to create (and regularly update) an inventory of all your assets, including digital assets in your trust and to immediately amend your plan following major life events like divorce, deaths, births, and inheritances to ensure that your assets will never be lost and will be inherited by your family. Learn here the consequences of not updating your plan.
Estate Planning · May 22, 2019
Traveling, especially in foreign destinations, means you’ll likely be at greater risk than usual for illness, injury, and even death. In light of this reality, you must have a legally sound and updated estate plan in place before taking your next trip. Read here the 4 critical estate planning tasks before going on vacation.
Estate Planning · January 14, 2019
While creating your estate plan you might think you have included all your assets, but you may not have thought about your digital assets. Digital assets can be worth the same as or even more than any other asset, and it can definitely be passed down to your loved ones. Read here about the different types of digital assets and how you can add them to your estate plan.
Estate Planning · November 09, 2018
While creating your estate plan you might think you have included all your assets, but you may not have thought about your digital assets. Digital assets can be worth the same as or even more than any other asset, and it can definitely be passed down to your loved ones. Read here about the different types of digital assets and how you can add them to your estate plan.