| Written by Andrew Grant | As a child of the 80’s, when I heard the term “digital” it usually had to do with watches, and when I finally got one I thought it was one of the coolest things ever. It was really the only “digital” asset I had. Now, of course, most of […]
You own more than physical property, financial assets or real estate. Your Digital Assets may be an important part of your estate and they should be covered in your will. Read about “Managing Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan” by clicking the link.
More and more states regulate digital assets by law. Read about the topic in the article, “Managing Digital Assets in Your Estate Plan” by Mr. Andrew Grant of the Finding Assisted Living Senior Transition Pro Team.