What Will Happen to Your Digital Life When You Die? --Ride The Lightning

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Sharon D. Nelson, Esq.


From Instagram to LinkedIn (and soon, Twitter), there are ways your heirs can request access to your accounts once you've died, but why stress them out with those complicated procedures? Several online services allow you to designate legacy contacts or grant access after a period of inactivity. The post teaches you how to manage your digital accounts.

You can create a password manager emergency kit with the keys to all your digital accounts and pass them on to a loved one.



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