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Tag Archives: FADA

Revised UFADAA

ULC Rewrites ‘Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act’

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

Almost exactly one year ago I wrote a blog post about the ‘Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act’ (UFADAA) that was adopted in July 2014 by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC). My post provided an overview about how the model legislation was crafted and what it provided, and explained that it would be… Read More »


Big Internet Companies Oppose FADA Legislation — Really!?!

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

In July I discussed and lauded the recent adoption of the Uniform Fiduciary Access To Digital Assets (FADA) Act. FADA is not a law in itself, but is intended to provide uniform model legislation for states to enact to vest fiduciaries (executor, trustee, agent and guardian) with the authority to access digital assets and… Read More »


The New ‘Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets’ (UFADA) Act

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

Last year I wrote an Introduction to Estate Planning for Digital Assets. One of the issues I highlighted is the lack of legal guidance addressing a fiduciary’s ability to access to digital assets. I noted that the Uniform Law Commission had formed a committee that was drafting model legislation known as the “Uniform Fiduciary… Read More »