Digital death cheat sheet

Proper handling of the digital aspect of your estate becomes more important in the modern world today with increasing digital footprints. Traditional bills and bank statements going paperless, photos being stored digitally on social media and cloud storage, friends interacting on social networks, communications via electronic mails and chats, investments and banking going online. There is a wide array of digital assets which we may have forgotten about. How do we even get started in preparing and handling of our digital estate?



Step 1: Make A List Of All Your Digital Assets

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