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Estate Planning in Tennessee: Digital Assets and Social Media Accounts - On-Demand
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Social media photos...e-mail...cell-phone records...online brokerage account information...In Tennessee, what happens to digital assets when someone dies or becomes incapacitated? Unless specifically planned for by a proactive attorney, there can be unintended interference with “digital inheritance.”
Why is this important to your clients? Here are just two examples. A mother may want the pictures left by her deceased child on Facebook. A surviving spouse may need to see the online banking and investment accounts set up by the deceased. But without forethought and planning, such access may be hard to secure.
This is a developing area of the law. This year the Tennessee legislature enacted the “Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act,” which grants the personal representative of a decedent the right to access the content of electronic communications sent or received by a decedent, and any other digital assets in which, at death, the decedent had a right or interest. The act also permits a fiduciary of a user to ask the custodian to terminate the user’s account.
Use this crucial on-demand webinar on this emerging issue, and enhance your skills and knowledge base. In just one hour, you'll learn:
- What are digital assets?
- Where are digital assets found?
- Why is this a problem for fiduciaries?
- What can you do to help clients?
- What's in the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, and other legislation?
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Estate Planning in Tennessee: Digital Assets and Social Media Accounts — is just $107.
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About Your Presenter:
Donald J. Farinato
Hodges, Doughty & Carson PLLC
Donald J. Farinato, with Hodges, Doughty & Carson PLLC in Knoxville, focuses on the administration of all types of estates and trusts. He represents beneficiaries and fiduciaries in routine probate matters, as well as in complex probate proceedings and in estate controversies. He helps clients craft individualized estate plans through Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Advance Care Plans, and other estate planning documents and techniques. He works with families and courts in conservatorship and guardianship matters, and also assists individuals with wealth transfer tax return preparation and audits.