When things change, your Last Will and Testament should too. With a Digital Assets Addendum to a Will, you can amend your existing Will so that it covers your digital assets. For example, remember those family photos stored on your computer? You can use this document to make sure that those treasured memories, and many other types of digital assets, are passed on to the right people when the time comes.
Kudos to you for having a Will. But as technology evolves, your Will needs to keep up. That means you might need a Digital Assets Addendum to Will. Think about all of your online accounts, or documents on hard drives. What happens to your Twitter account when you pass? Do you want to give your husband access to your social media sites, blogs, and online albums? A lot of people are choosing online storage only these days. You don't want your loved ones to get locked out of your accounts and files. Using an addendum can be a lot quicker than drafting a new Will from scratch, because you can just change some parts and not others. Draft a Digital Assets Addendum to Will to communicate your wishes for your intangible, but still valuable, digital assets.
Other names for this document: Digital Assets Addendum to a Last Will and Testament, Digital Asset Codicil to Will
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