• You've probably thought about what happens to your physical stuff when you die - but more and more digital stuff now has value that needs considering.
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Key Takeaways

  • Digital assets come in many forms - books, movies, loyalty schemes, social media, photos, documents, websites
  • You may not "own" your digital purchases
  • You may want some assets inherited or memorialized - others you may want destroyed
  • The "digital executor" is a key role


Here's a checklist of the type of digital assets you may need to consider:

Digital Purchases

such as eBooks, movies, online games

Social Media

such as Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter

Guidance from Facebook here

Guidance from LinkedIn here

Business Platforms

such as eBay, Shopify, Amazon

Loyalty schemes

such as Avios, retail schemes

Online storage

such as Onedrive, Dropbox, Google Drive

Personal website

such as blogs, vlogs

Physical devices

such as cellphones, laptops, tablets, portable hard drives, memory sticks,