UPCOMING WEBINAR: Keeping Pace with Digital Assets – Preparing for the Future

October 25, 2021 Hull & Hull LLP Estate Planning, General Interest Tags: , , , , 0 Comments
We are pleased to announce that Ian Hull will be co-hosting an upcoming webinar with Kim Whaley of WEL Partners!

The rapid growth of digital assets is outpacing legislation. While model legislation exists, many regions across the world have been slow to adapt to the fast-moving pace of technology.

As cryptocurrency has demonstrated, people have been amassing significant assets that need to be protected. However, legislation alone is not enough to protect these digital assets.

Join the webinar to hear from these experts on why a combination of digital estate planning and a legislative regime that recognizes fiduciary access to digital assets will be needed.

Sign up now and gain insight into:

  • What is considered a digital asset and new assets today
  • Digital asset legislation across the globe
  • The checklist for digital estate planning

Click here to register: Keeping pace with digital assets: Preparing for the future

For enquiries, please contact grace.villanueva@keymedia.com

When: Wed, Nov 24, 2021 · 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)



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