From online banking to decades worth of digital family photos, copious creative or intellectual property, or personal history documented on social media, we all have a widespread digital footprint that tells the story of our lives. How much of that story remains online after we’re gone? Who will have access to banking, passwords, and important digital records? What about painful or deeply personal elements of our personal or professional legacy?
In Digital Legacy Plan, co-authors Angela Crocker and Vicki McLeod offer solutions for the practical, social, emotional, and technical aspects of your digital legacy. They include best practices for online memorials, social media and mourning, and digital etiquette in death. Tools and resources are included throughout the book to help you navigate digital estate planning and empower your estate’s executor.
In life, you have the opportunity to make choices about your digital legacy, lest it be misinterpreted, lost, or turned into digital litter. Choose to make time for a digital legacy plan.