Digital Assets After Death: RUFADAA and its Implications

January 6, 2017

The Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which became effective in Minnesota earlier this year, has largely resolved the Catch-22 that faces trustees and estate administrators by creating a workable framework for disposing of digital assets after death. Attorneys who do estate planning work should familiarize themselves and their clients with its terms.

Originally published in Bench & Bar of Minnesota, the official magazine of the Minnesota State Bar Association, December 2016.

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