The explosion of social media and online dealings have exploded in recent years and so dealing with your online accounts when you’re no longer here is a relatively new phenomenon.

Just stop and think for a moment of all your online dealings from your social media accounts to online platforms with recurring subscriptions to other digital assets such as bank and superannuation accounts to name a few. How will these be managed and closed off after your death? Who will have access to these accounts? Do you have a means by which you manage all your passwords and who will look after that after you’re gone?

When you come to King Cain to assist in the preparation or updating of your Will we will ask you to consider your digital legacy and make special provision in your Will for your dealing with your virtual assets and dealings.

Doing this will make it easier for your family to shut down social media and online accounts.

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