Planning ahead for when we are no longer here can help save our family members a great deal of time and money.
You might have already heard of Digital Estate Planning and might be in the process of creating one. We want our Digital Assets to remain secure, even after our demise. The best way to do this is to formulate an Estate Plan for our Digital Assets – also known as Digital Estate Plan.
Digital Estate Planning can seem tedious, especially when you are listing all your Digital Assets. To make your work easier, we have listed some of the key areas you must pay attention to while creating your Digital Estate Plan
Digital Estate Planning Checklist
Digital Assets Inventory
Social Media Accounts
Online Shopping, Subscriptions and Services
Media and Entertainment
Domain names, websites, blogs, and Intellectual Property
Online Banking and Payment services, Cryptocurrency
Allow access to your Digital Assets
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Instead of choosing a specific individual for each of your Digital Asset, you can choose a Digital Executor to handle all your online accounts.
Name of the Digital Executor
Once you fill this form, make a copy of it and discuss the transfer process with your Attorney.