Generally, people grasp the concept that their physical or “tangible” real and personal property contributes to what becomes their estate when they become incapacitated or pass away. However, a new concept that may be a bit more challenging to understand is that one’s estate can include “digital” property. Digital property is electronic personal data or…
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