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Last Will & Testament
Living Will and Last Will and Testament are two terms that are used seemingly interchangeably- but what exactly is the difference between a Living Will and a Last Will and Testament? And should you make one or both of these documents part of your estate plan?
A person’s digital estate is made up of all the information about themselves or created by themselves that exists in digital forms, either on the internet or on some sort of electronic storage device. This article will help you better understand the many different kinds of “digital assets” you might own.
The best way to keep your digital assets secure after your death is to name a Digital Executor. The 21st century and the rise of personal online data has made it more commonplace to include digital estate planning in your Will. The digital assets a person has online can include some very sensitive data that can easily be taken advantage of by thieves and hackers after one’s death.
Most individuals have a large amount of “digital property” or “digital assets.” It should, therefore, seem commonplace to include a plan for these valuable assets in a Last Will & Testament to ensure this sensitive data remains secure and is managed properly after one’s death.