Fact 8: More and more people are including what to do about their digital legacy in their wills.
As a writer with a professional website, a blog and a whole bunch of social media channels, one of the first things I considered when drafting my will was how I could leave all those assets to my husband to make sure they are handled properly when I’m gone. Surprisingly, a lot of people are considering the same thing these days. “When people die, they no longer leave behind only physical personal belongings,” says Rice.
He sees more and more people considering who they want to hold the key to all of their passwords, social media accounts, photos, music, websites, blogs, financial accounts and email accounts, among other things. He cautions will creators to consider if they want to leave their photographs or music library to one special person or if certain accounts should be deleted after your death.