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Thu, Jul 25



Beyond the Tweet: Transferring Digital Assets and Succession Planning.

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Beyond the Tweet: Transferring Digital Assets and Succession Planning.
Beyond the Tweet: Transferring Digital Assets and Succession Planning.

Time & Location

Jul 25, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM


About the event

Join us for an insightful event delving into the complex world of transferring digital assets and crafting effective succession plans in the digital age. As our lives become increasingly intertwined with technology, managing digital assets and ensuring their smooth transition in times of succession has emerged as a critical concern for individuals, families, and businesses alike.

In this comprehensive seminar, industry experts and legal professionals will guide participants through the nuances of digital asset management and succession planning. From cryptocurrencies and online accounts to intellectual property and social media profiles, attendees will gain a deep understanding of the diverse range of digital assets and the legal frameworks governing their transfer.

Key topics to be covered include:

  1. Identifying and Inventorying Digital Assets: Learn how to compile a comprehensive list of digital assets, including those with sentimental, financial, or intellectual value.
  2. Understanding Legal Considerations: Explore the evolving legal landscape surrounding digital assets, including privacy laws, terms of service agreements, and estate planning regulations.
  3. Crafting Effective Succession Plans: Discover strategies for integrating digital assets into traditional estate plans, ensuring seamless transfer and minimizing potential disputes among beneficiaries.
  4. Securing Digital Legacies: Examine best practices for safeguarding digital assets, including encryption, password management, and designated fiduciary arrangements.
  5. Navigating Cryptocurrency and Blockchain: Gain insights into the unique challenges and opportunities presented by digital currencies and blockchain technology in succession planning.

Whether you're an individual looking to protect your digital legacy, a family seeking guidance on estate planning, or a business owner grappling with succession issues, this event offers invaluable knowledge and practical strategies to help you navigate the complexities of transferring digital assets and succession planning with confidence.


Jennifer S. Raguso is an experienced attorney who focuses her practice on Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Special Needs Law. Jennifer joined Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP in 2023, bringing her extensive knowledge and expertise to serve her clients.

Prior to joining Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP, Jennifer worked at several prominent law firms that specialize in Estate Planning, Elder Law, and related areas. Through Jennifer’s firsthand experiences caring for an aging grandmother and a sister with autism, Jennifer developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by individuals with special needs and their families. She gained valuable insight into the legal, financial, and emotional complexities, enriching her practice and making her a tenacious advocate.

Clients can rely on Jennifer’s professionalism, integrity, and compassionate approach. She takes the time to listen to clients’ concerns, explain their legal options, and provide realistic expectations.

Practice Areas

Estate Planning

Elder Law

Medicaid Planning

Medicaid Applications

Special Needs Planning

Trust & Estates

Bar Admission

New York 2014


Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Juris Doctor, May 2013

Binghamton University, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, May 2010

Honors & Awards

2024 Best Law Firm recognized by BEST LAWYERS®

2023 Nomination for Bethpage “Best of Long Island,” Best Law Firm Category

2023 Nomination for Bethpage“Best of Long Island,” Best Elder Law Attorney Category

2023 Nomination for Bethpage“Best of Long Island,” Best Elder Lawyer Category

2016-2023 Super Lawyers Rising Star Selection (awarded to 2.5% of attorneys in Metro NY)

2017 Awarded as Long Island Business News’ Top 50 Women in Business

Moot Court Honors Board

CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Elder Law (received highest grade in the class)

CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Elder Law Clinic (received highest grade)

Professional Associations and Memberships

New York State Bar Association

· Elder Law & Special Needs Section Executive Committee, Vice Chair of Client and Consumer Issues

Suffolk County Bar Association

· Elder Law & Estate Planning Committee

· Surrogate’s Court Committee

Women’s Bar Association

· Board Director

Business Network International

Smithtown Chamber of Commerce


  • SMA Members

  • PRPLI Members

    +$0.25 service fee
  • Non-Members

    +$0.50 service fee



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