Under the new Maryland Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (MFADAA) personal representatives, trustees, agents, and guardians may be authorized access to the catalogue and/or content of electronic communications and digital assets of a decedent, trust, principal under a power of attorney, and certain of those digital assets of a ward under a guardianship.
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