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  • Midwest City Office

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    1384 South Douglas Boulevard
    The Timbers Office Park
    Midwest City, Oklahoma 73130

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    Best divorce attorney! Everything was done in a quick timely manner, he is great at replying and answering any questions you have.

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    Aaron was great to work with! The law firm had excellent communication and professionalism. Definitely made the divorce process much easier!

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    I needed help filing my divorce and they handled all of it for me including speaking with my spouse so I didn’t have too.

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    I was looking for a lawyer who could help me with an inheritance case with multiple competing claims. I am based overseas and needed a local lawyer I could trust to look after my interests. I found that in Aaron. The case was complex, cover...
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    I highly recommend Aaron. He is helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. He helped make the divorce process as quick and as painless as possible. Appreciated his timely responses to my phone calls and emails. I would absolutely hire him again, and...
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It is no secret that we live in a world where many aspects of our lives have become ever-increasingly digital. Whether it is social media accounts, online banking or investing, email, cloud storage, or even travel rewards and points, so much of what we do takes place online.

Online profiles and account information, stored photos, or any other electronic record in which we have a right or interest, are all digital assets. Digital assets need the same protection as physical assets, and a proper estate plan should include clear directions regarding how to administer, locate, access, and transfer these digital assets in the event of incapacity or death.

Without a proper estate plan that delegates authority over digital assets, one’s fiduciary may be bound by terms-of-service agreements, agreed to at the time an online account was established. These terms-of-service agreements often contain provisions about what happens to an online account when the owner dies.

Contact the estate planning attorneys at The Crosthwait Law Firm to help you address your digital assets in your estate plan. Provisions dealing with your digital assets should be included in your Will, any trust agreement(s), and even your Power of Attorney.