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April 2017

Digital assets often overlooked in Estate Planning

CHRIS ATCHISON Special to The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Apr. 18, 2017 4:54PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 18, 2017 4:54PM EDT For high-net-worth individuals, estate planning is crucial. And if they are business owners, a separate, corporate will is needed for property and equipment and to ensure ownership succession. But what about digital property? It makes up an increasingly substantial aspect of most peoples’ personal wealth and business dealings, yet it is often overlooked. Indeed, in the digital era, assets extend beyond the shares in an investment portfolio, the art on the walls or a cottage up north. It’s vitally...

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