After a loved one has passed, they may have digital assets that continue to live beyond them – such as various social media profiles, online bank accounts, online data storage accounts, email accounts, and more. It’s important to determine how to manage these items after they’re gone.
This document provides detailed information about managing a variety of online accounts and the data stored within upon death. Learn how to pre-arrange for the management of your social media profiles (such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.), online bank accounts, online data storage accounts, email accounts, and more.
This document will also provide tips and suggestions for:
- Planning ahead for digital asset management after you’ve passed
- Account access options available to family members of deceased
- Account inactivation options available upon death
- Limitations and challenges when permissions aren’t pre-set
- Suggestions for simplifying the management of your digital assets
- Documents required for account cancellation permissions