Category Archives: Identity Theft

Who is your digital asset fiduciary?

  A fiduciary is a person appointed to manage the property of another person. A digital asset fiduciary can manage digital property like computer files, web domains and virtual currency.   Current law restricts fiduciary access to electronic communications such as email, text messages and social media accounts unless the original user consented in a will, trust or power […]

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Parent FYI: Teen Rights and Responsibilities

Parents would be well advised to consider the following list of teen rights and responsibilities. Michigan law defines these for teenagers once they turn 18 years of age. Rights for teens are as follows: -To vote -To make a will and power of attorney -To make their own end-of-life decisions -To sign a contract in […]

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