What Does Intangible Property Mean In Estate Planning?

What Does Intangible Property Mean In Estate Planning?

Assets that is not physical in nature, they generally cannot be touched.  These assets include stocks and bonds (even though these can be represented by physical certificates).  They also include your financial accounts.  Common business intangible assets trademarks, patents, copyrights, goodwill, intellectual property and digital assets (e-mail, blog, photos, etc.).

Example Of Intangible Property In Regards To Estate Planning

The intangible assets in my dad’s estate were the hardest to find and often the hardest to value.

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