Posted by Nicola Waldman | Partner
On 28th September 2016
In the past, this wasn’t much of an issue, if you owned records or CD’s, you could leave them to family or friends, named in your will, along with your other belongings. Nowadays, many of us download our music (along with films and books), but this means that we don’t actually own these items, and they are not assets at all, but just licences to use a product that is owned by someone else. When we die, that licence dies with us.