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Digital Estate Planning – What’s Holding Us Back?

Digital Estate Planning – What’s Holding Us Back?

If you have a Will, then during its creation, the likelihood is that you only had in your mind bequeathing those items which are considered tangible; such as property, money and things such as old photographs, jewellery or perhaps a special chair. This traditional vision of our assets at death is now rapidly changing as […]

Digital Assets, Digital Accounts and Digital Devices

Digital Assets, Digital Accounts and Digital Devices

Simply put, it is the distinction between a digital file, such as a photo, a video or a document which resides on a digital device (including those you don’t own) and the method by which that file is accessed, usually via some kind of account. This distinction can become quite important in law as they […]