Nikolaus Schuttauf (Burns & Levinson LLP): Estate Planning for Digital Assets: Examining the Austen Family (March 26, 2021)

Nikolaus Schuttauf, of (Burns & Levinson LLP), has made available for download his article, “Estate Planning for Digital Assets: Examining the Austen Family,” published in JDSUPRA. The abstract is as follows:

In this day and age, virtually everyone has a digital presence, and we can presume that Jack Austen was no different. We can also presume that Jack, like many clients, failed to properly consider or address his digital assets as part of his estate plan. This is an issue we are seeing more and more these days, with loved ones facing substantial hurdles in trying to access, collect, maintain or close digital accounts after the account holder’s death. How can this be avoided? Please allow my colleagues, Nik Schuttauf and Victoria Calcagno, to offer some insights. If only it wasn’t too late for them to help the Austen family…

Click here to view Nikolaus Schuttauf’s summary of “Estate Planning for Digital Assets: Examining the Austen Family.”

Posted by Bella Hoang, Managing Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.

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