All of your assets that are in digital form, which includes passwords, online accounts, social media profiles, music, photos, cat videos… make up your Digital Estate. Here's how to get it all in order.
A mother in England who died of cancer left her sons her iPad… but she didn’t leave them her username and password, rendering the expensive Apple tablet essentially worthless.
Whether you believe in an afterlife or not, it's safe to say that once you're dead you're not able to do much in the world.
Despite all the amazing technology in our lives, when someone dies and you try and access their digital accounts it’s like the wild west.
Every day we’re seeing more and more stories addressing what happens to your iTunes account, Twitter, Facebook and every other aspect of your...
Are these assets even being factored into estate plans? Because they should be.
If you want to name a Digital Executor in your Will, you'll need to specify the scope and responsibilities of the role with specific legal language.