If you're a tech savvy person with plenty of online accounts, a Digital Will is a comprehensive document that may be your best bet for planning your estate. Digital assets are very real, and sometimes very lucrative. A Digital Media Will can help ensure that they aren't left out.
You may have your entire life stored online, which is where a Digital Will can help. Social media sites, domain names, or having a large online presence can all be valuable assets. Not to mention all the information you store online, from your stock portfolio to your virtual bank account. You need to make sure your beneficiaries can access these accounts when you pass. A regular will might not be for you, you're too tech-driven for that, but a Social Media Will might allow your paperwork to be as current as you are.
Note: If your estate is larger than the federal estate tax exemption amount (currently $5,120,000), only use this form for planning purposes.
More than just a template, our step-by-step interview process makes it easy to create a Social Media Will.
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Our step-by-step interview process makes creating a printable Social Media Will easy.