With modern times comes modern technology. Kiplinger, a leading publisher of business forecasts and of personal finance advice, expertly reminds us of this in an article explaining how this affects your estate planning.
In today’s world, one can leave behind a digital estate, which is defined by Kiplinger as “the digital media rights that can be inherited,” consisting of personal data stored on personal devices, such as cell phones and laptops. From this, issues of copyright and access to this information can quickly arise after your death.
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