Posts Tagged ‘ Digital asset ’

No Digital Estate Planning? Go Google Yourself!

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Have you ever Googled yourself?  Did you find any fascinating careers and/or hobbies that your same-named friends have undertaken?  It is amazing and a bit scary how much one kind find through this three-second exercise. Searching My Own Name I entered my first and last name in quotes earlier today and found the following information:…

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Consider Digital Estate Planning Services

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NOTE:  I am proud to announce that my post below also appears in the January 2012 edition of the WealthCounsel Quarterly Newsletter, linked here.  While written mainly for estate planning practitioners, this overview is also hopefully helpful to anyone with any digital assets.  Enjoy, and Happy New Year!  Read more...

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4 Steps to Take Today to Preserve Your Digital Assets

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Today, we will continue our discussion of digital estate planning by talking about some direct steps you can take to protect your “digital assets” after your death. The overall goal is to protect the existence of your documents, pictures, emails, etc., and to prevent sites from destroying them before your digital executor can get to…

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