Incapacity: Protect Your Loved Ones And Your Digital Assets

May 2, 2017

 

 

  • Do you have a property and healthcare Power of Attorney, a Will, and/or a Revocable Trust to protect your loved ones and assets should you become incapacitated or pass away?

  • Have you thought about what happens to your digital assets should you become incapacitated or pass away?

  • Examples of digitals assets include Facebook (and other social media), internet-online banking accounts, saved data in software, information stored on hard drives or other physical storage devices such as servers, email, online brokerage accounts, domain names, iTunes, digital photos, etc.

  • If you have a Power of Attorney, Will or Revocable Trust, does it comply with the Illinois revised Uniform Access to Digital Assets Act? Are your digital assets addressed in your Power of Attorney, Will or Revocable Trust?

  • Holy & Schultz attorneys are ready and able to help you through these legal issues to provide future protection for you and your loved ones. Please contact us TODAY so we can help: call: 630.286.6777; e-mail: MichaelH@holyandschultz.com; CarlS@holyandschultz.com; or schedule a visit with us in person at our Naperville, Illinois office. We look forward to meeting you.

Disclaimer: The following is for informational purposes only. No statement, opinion or commentary is intended to provide legal advice to any specific person, organization or entity. Only a written attorney-client agreement will create an attorney-client relationship. Please contact Michael C. Holy or Carl M. Schultz to discuss all potential legal matters.

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