Move this to the top of your to-do list: Call clients to arrange a digital audit so that together you can plan for all their passwords, online accounts and digital property
James D. Lamm is a principal at Gray Plant Mooty in Minneapolis. The need to deal with passwords and digital property at death is coming at us faster than we may think. According to recent surveys in the United States by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, three-fourths of adults use the Internet — most buy things online and do some of their banking on the Internet.1 But, since 2005, it's the people aged 70 and older who've increased their use of the Internet more than any other ...
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