In recent years, a new category of assets has appeared on the scene which can be more complicated to pass on at someone’s death than stocks, bonds and cash. The list includes digital domain names, social media accounts, websites, blogs and pretty much anything stored on the cloud. These digital assets can present a real conundrum for technically-challenged heirs and executors.
For instance, if you were to die tomorrow, would your heirs or executor know the passcodes to access your laptop, iPad or smartphone? Or, for that matter, your email or online shopping accounts? Would they know how to shut …Read More