6 Steps to Add Digital Assets To Your Estate Plan

Although digital technology has made many aspects of our lives much easier and more convenient, it has also created some unique challenges when it comes to estate planning. If you haven’t planned properly, for example, just locating and accessing all of your digital assets can be a major headache, or even impossible, for your loved ones following your death or incapacity. And even if your loved ones can access Read More

Understanding The California Uniform Fiduciary Access To Digital Assets Act

There is not currently any federal law regulating access to digital assets. The Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (UFADAA) took effect in California (California Bill AB-691) on January 1, 2017. The UFADAA allows you to give an executor, administrator, trustee, power of attorney agent, or court-appointed conservator authority over your digital assets upon death or incapacitation. This Read More