If you were to die suddenly, does your family have access to important online account information? Have you created a plan so your loved ones know your wishes for your digital afterlife?
Today's society is increasingly dependent on technology. With this dependence comes a growing online presence as well as all the data, documents and passwords associated with online accounts. By not specifically addressing your digital afterlife, you risk issues with online bills or financials, loss of data (including sentimental items of photos, status updates, communications and more as well as items with monetary value, like music and movies) and losing control of your personal legacy.
Learn best practices with hands-on exercises in Prepare for Your Digital Afterlife to create a digital estate plan. Join us at the Executive Office Suites at Lafayette Village on March 18 from 9:30a-11:30a.