Estate Planning in Minnesota and Your Digital Inventory-Make it Easy for Your Heirs

Kate Willmore Law Blog

I originally posted this blog in August 2013.  Readers appreciated the information and asked for a re-blog.  The post relates to how you can plan to terminate your digital life after  you go to the great beyond.   I confess that I never much thought about my digital afterlife until I researched and wrote this article.  I think the tips are worth a review.

Last WillEstate plans result in hard copy documents that reflect your last wishes in how you want your tangible property to be divided among your heirs. We all have a digital life these days from bank accounts to social media accounts. Making a digital inventory for your heirs and keeping a current corresponding list of your user IDs and passwords with your estate documents is helpful for anyone sorting out your estate.

You might begin with a list of all the digital sites and entities with whom you have…

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About Kate Willmore, Esq.

Kate Willmore, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, divorce, custody and family attorney brings over 25 years experience to every client's legal matter. *** Licensed in Minnesota and in California

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