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Commonly referred to as estate planning, wills and trusts are broad terms used to identify tools to help you distribute assets after you die. In addition to how to divide your property, other questions such as who will be the executor of estate, do you need a guardianship or durable power of attorney, and will there be inheritance taxes, are some of the issues you may need to address when making a last will and testament.
Online Accounts are considered ‘digital assets’ and the emerging trends of rapidly increasing internet activity on a multitude of devices bring forth new concerns for wills and estate plans. It is imperative that you provide instructions with details to those assigned to execute your will, trust or estate. Accounting for things such as a list and login credentials to all email accounts and social media profiles is no different than bank accounts, investments or any other asset you may own. More Info.