Wills and estates law in the digital age

Estates lawyers need to learn the new issues surrounding digital assets and online communications. Are you documenting virtual assets? What are the wishes of the deceased on the disposal of online profiles? Have you preserved access to crucial internet communications and document storage? Estate law now goes beyond tangible property and must include virtual assets. Is your law firm prepared?

In this one-hour, CLE-eligible, webinar join Joshua Lenon, Clio’s lawyer in residence, and Rich Martin from Directives Online as they review what steps elder and estates lawyers need to take to document and preserve crucial online information when building a probate-focused law firm. Topics will include:

  • Classifying digital assets
  • Accessing online documents and communications post-mortem
  • Comparing wills to trusts for online assets disposition
  • Tools to manage decedents’ digital assets

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Event Details

Date:22 March 2016
Location:Your desk
This presentation is CLE-eligible. Earn 1 hour of CLE credit when attending the live broadcast of this presentation.