Category Archives: Estate Planning

Facebook and Your Digital Assets

Digital assets have come to permeate our lives.  They currently include items such as emails and email accounts, social network content and accounts, electronic documents, digital photographs, digital videos, database file sharing accounts, financial accounts, health care records and accounts, … Continue reading

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Mr. Cub and the Presumptively Void Transfers Act: What if?

Ernie Banks, “Mr. Cub” passed away in January of an apparent heart attack.  Only three months prior to his death, Banks executed a new Will cutting out his family and leaving his estate to his longtime caregiver, Regina Rice.  Within … Continue reading

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