Digital Asset Protection in Torrance
We Can Help You Safeguard Your Online Legacy
In today's day and age, it seems that more of life happens online than
off. From email to social networking to paperless bank statements, some
of the most significant day-to-day happenings exist on the web. What does
this mean for your estate plan? Simply put, you can't afford to ignore
your digital assets.
Our firm knows that by putting a plan in place for your online presence,
you can avoid serious problems like identity theft and protect your loved
ones from unfortunate legal trouble. We have the expertise to help you
package your digital assets up nicely and go forth into the future with
confidence. As estate planning lawyers, there is no more qualified team
to handle your concerns.
Why Should I Protect My Online Assets?
It can be difficult for your loved ones to manage your online information
without instructions telling them how to do so. This is the purpose of
digital asset protection. Planning for what will happen to your digital
assets is essential if you hope to maintain privacy and control even after you pass.
Your digital asset protection plan should cover all of the following:
- Who will receive access to what assets
- Whether you want any online accounts deleted and by whom
- Where your passwords will be stored for maximum security
- What your beneficiaries can inherit
- How accounts or websites can remain online when pass away
The more detailed your plan, the better off your loved ones and your online
information will be when the time comes. Not only is your personal security
at risk, but thousands of memories may be sacrificed if you fail to sufficiently
protect your digital assets.
Turn to Our Estate Planning Attorneys!
The thought of having just one more thing to plan for may seem overwhelming,
but not when you have a trusted legal advocate by your side. In nearly
20 years, we have helped hundreds of individuals create future plans they
can feel confident in, including those that concern digital assets. The
best way to begin is simply by seeking counsel from the Law Offices of
James C. Shields.