Almost every client who walks through your door will have some form of “digital asset”. These assets can range from more simplistic examples such as cell phones, computers, and Kobo reader accounts, all the way to the more complex – think cryptocurrency, and online gambling chips. Arguably these “assets” also need to be provided for in a person’s estate plan. However, the law surrounding the transfer and division of such assets is not always so clear. This webinar will provide an overview of what constitutes a “digital asset” and discuss planning techniques for the efficient transfer of these assets on death.