Protect, and pass on your digital life with Digital Estate.
We help you plan for your digital afterlife.
What happens to your digital legacy after death? Can families legally access your online assets even if they have access to passwords?
Is a typical estate plan complete if digital assets like internet accounts, social media accounts, cryptocurrency, and NFT aren’t included?
We help you pass on your digital asset portfolio to your designated nominees.
Sharing passwords may be violation of privacy laws
Designated beneficiaries can access your accounts without worrying about breaking privacy laws.
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Frequently Asked Questions
At least 48 states and the US Virgin Islands have enacted laws addressing access to online accounts like social media sites, microblogging, other website accounts and other electronically stored assets upon an individual’s incapacity or demise for digital assets estate planning. Of the 49 states, 46 of them have adopted either Uniform Law Commission’s (ULC) Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (UFADAA) or Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA).
Some Digital Assets have monetary value, like a website with sales or advertising revenue or an online bank account. However, most Digital Assets (photos, for example), have personal or sentimental value that is necessary for building family legacy.