Most practitioners know that digital assets should be considered a part of any estate plan. It’s been said (or maybe I dreamed it) that: “You can describe it [the RAP] in a nutshell, but you cannot keep it there.” Knowing that digital assets need to be planned for, versus actually knowing how to plan for them, are two different animals entirely. Professor Jamie Patrick Hopkins and graduate fellow Ilya A. Lipkin, in their excellently written and reasoned recent article, ...

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