Trusts & Estates
Estate Planning for Your Online Identity
What happens to your online legacy when you die? This includes your websites, email, usernames, passwords, banking information, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook accounts, and even blogs. It is a question most people have not even considered, although you should. Without proper planning and documentation your information may become inaccessible and eventually everything you have invested into the Internet may cease to exist. Just like all other facets of your life, it needs to be planned for. Planning your estate should include planning for your online existence.
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