Cryptoassets are all the rage in 2021. From Bitcoin to NFTs (non-fungible tokens), many individuals and families now own cryptoassets–and depending on when they acquired the asset, the value could be massive. With cryptoassets still a new topic, there are many questions about how wealth and estate planners can help plan for clients owning these assets.
This week on the Wealth & Law Podcast, Brent and Rachel sit down with Matt McClintock, a well-known cryptoasset attorney, to discuss all things crypto. We get into how to plan for clients who own Bitcoin, NFTs, and more.
Matthew T. McClintock lives in Evergreen, Colorado, and focuses on the areas of estate planning, long-term trust design and implementation, inheritance preservation planning, planning for bitcoin and other cryptoassets and cryptocurrencies, strategies to enhance client privacy, and domestic and international asset protection. Matt frequently speaks publicly and writes about these topics, emphasizing their impact on individuals, families, and businesses. Matt is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Wyoming Bar Association, the Alaska Bar Association, the American Bar Association Real Property, Trust and Estate (ABA RPTE) Section, and WealthCounsel. He also volunteers on the board of directors for Team Evergreen, the largest nonprofit cycling club in Colorado.
You can learn more about Matt here: https://evergreenlegacyplanning.com/about-us/