Devise a Plan for Your Digital Assets

When you created your estate plan, the fate of your e-mail, Facebook and other online accounts probably wasn't your top concern. But if you haven't made plans for your digital assets after your death, now is the time to take action.

In the past few years, more than three dozen states have passed a uniform law that greatly increases individuals' ability to control what happens to their digital

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