84.2% of the United States population use the internet in some capacity. The majority of these users have some type of digital account – often times multiple accounts for various purposes. It is critical in these times to protect those assets.
The extent of one’s digital presence can be extensive. A person’s digital life can be a major proponent in their life so it is important to integrate it into a concrete estate plan. Failing to recognize your social media accounts can have major costs for loved ones, especially if you have a substantial following. This article takes the time to review some basic issues one should consider when incorporating your digital life into your estate plans.