Estate planning is about protecting your assets. In modern society, that includes your digital assets as well. Who will shut down my social profiles when I die? Who will take control of my websites and email accounts? Answers to these questions should be in your digital estate plan.
Do-it-yourself (DIY) will kits are becoming more common every day. Thousands of people have flocked to websites offering a quick, easy and affordable will and testament. It sounds simple enough- a will that you can create on your own without the need for a lawyer. However, the peace of mind that you should have after signing your DIY will kit may be fool’s gold- if you even remember to sign it.