As the first generation to grow up in the age of the internet, Millennials (born 1981 to 1996) are known to have markedly different social and professional traits compared to their Generation X and Baby Boomer parents. These include being more technologically inclined, identifying with different social causes, and waiting longer to get married and…

Understand how to plan for your digital assets such as photos, email accounts and passwords during life and in your estate documents. ACTEC Fellows Stacy E. Singer and Suzanne Brown Walsh discuss documents stored in the cloud, cryptocurrency accounts and social media accounts using a password manager and more in this informative video.

Not normally a big deal. But in this case, the laptop represented access to $145M in cryptocurrency. Apparently, the only access to this money. Talk about making a bad day even worse! According to the news reports, Gerald Cotten, dying unexpectedly at 30 years old, was very concerned about security and used multiple layers of…

When you think of estate planning you probably think of your home, cars, investments, real estate, personal possessions, bank accounts, and so on. For the most part, tangible items you can touch and hold. But what about your digital assets? Digital assets include: Online accounts Images, videos, photos, text Email accounts Investment accounts with online…

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