I want to give my portfolio to my son

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Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021

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Good afternoon!
I'm bothering you with the following question, I want to give my portfolio to my son, he is also an author on adobe stock and other stocks.
Can you specify how to make the transfer!?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 11, 2021 Feb 11, 2021
For estate planning, wills, trusts, etc... you need to talk with your OWN lawyers, not Adobe's lawyers.

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AFAIK, you cannot transfer your Portfolio to another user.  Your subscription to Creative Cloud gives you access to Adobe Portfolio as a free perk.  If you want your son to maintain the site for you, he must to log-in to your Portfolio account with your user ID and password.

 

Assuming your son is a Stock Contributor, he already has his own Portfolio site under his own user ID and password.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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On other photo banks, there are mechanisms for reissuing the rights to images to another person! it is important for me to pass everything to my son! how can I contact Adobe lawyers? for help in this matter!?

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For estate planning, wills, trusts, etc... you need to talk with your OWN lawyers, not Adobe's lawyers.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Thank you for the information!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021

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For sure, there are mechanisms foreseen if you plan to retire, but there is no push-button solution. In general accounts are personal and there is no stipulation foreseen for a group of individuals to contribute to one account, even that I'm persuaded, that some have organized like that.

 

I would contact stock contributor support on this matter. Need help? (Stock Contributor Support) 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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You would need to keep the originals of your IP and hand those over. There is no guarantee that any service can be handed over, mostly they cannot.

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