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Less sentimental value placed on family heirlooms

There are some people in Houston and beyond whose basements are filled with antique furniture and other collections. People often expect that family members will take care of valuable heirlooms. However, younger generations may not be inclined to hold on to such belongings.

Google dashboard lets people decide what happens to their online data

Last week, Texas readers may recall that we discussed how important it is to make digital assets a part of the estate planning process. People often consider what will happen to their homes and large sums of money. However, it is also a good idea to consider what should happen to digital assets.

Considering your digital assets when making estate plans

Like so many people, Houston residents likely spend a lot of time online. Whether it's checking bank accounts or browsing Facebook, so much of our lives exist online. As people are perusing their online accounts they may not think about what will happen to them when they die. However, people in Texas and beyond should take the time to make plans for their digital assets.

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