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When an individual purchases cryptocurrency there is often no paper trail and no physical assets for an executor or trustee to discover. Indeed, the anonymous nature of purchasing, selling, and owning cryptocurrency is one of its greatest selling points. However, the same anonymity that has driven individuals to own cryptocurrency also presents challenges for handling cryptocurrency upon the owner’s death. Today, people are including their digital assets such as social media accounts, patents, and digital files in their estate plans. But some may be overlooking an important digital asset – cryptocurrency. If you invest in a cryptocurrency, you need to include it in your estate plan. If you don’t, your money could be lost forever.

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