Digital assets are an essential part of clients’ security in estate planning, and financial advisors must ensure that a plan is in place for accessing such assets if a client no longer can.
A digital asset is content owned by an individual that is stored in digital form, including online accounts. These assets include social-media posts, e-mail messages and texts, as well as online banking, bill paying, deposits and investment accounts.
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