Crypto can complicate trust, estate planning

CRYPTO ­CONCERNS: Leigh E. Furtado, attorney and senior associate at the law firm Day Pitney LLP, says she’s finding more clients inquiring about protecting their crypto­currency during estate planning. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CRYPTO ­CONCERNS: Leigh E. Furtado, attorney and senior associate at the law firm Day Pitney LLP, says she’s finding more clients inquiring about protecting their crypto­currency during estate planning. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
“HODL,” an abbreviation for “hold on for dear life,” has become a motto for a class of cryptocurrency enthusiasts who aren’t interested in selling. But there comes a point for everyone – including crypto investors playing the long game – when dear life comes to an end. A lot of crypto investors are not thinking…

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