In our digital age of laptops, smartphones, social media and digital photos and video, digital estate planning is a necessity. (You’re reading a digital asset written on a MacBook Pro.) What if a family member or business colleague needs access to your email and other digital assets when you’re alive but unavailable or incapacitated? What about after your death? This BBC article includes a good summary of the concerns and need for digital estate planning. My law firm, Johnson Law KC LLC, includes digital estate planning provisions in all powers of attorney, wills, and trusts – standard and at no extra charge – because we know how much our clients value their digital assets and want to preserve them for future generations.
If my law firm can help you or your family with your estate planning (digital and/or traditional), asset protection, elder law, or business needs, call me (913-707-9220) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a convenient, complimentary consultation. My firm relishes the opportunity to serve each client with reliable, friendly experience at an affordable cost.
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