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September 26, 2006

Don't Forget the E-mail Clause in Estate Planning Doucments

Saw this on Lifehacker:  What happens to your email when you die?  Suggests (linking to a CNET article) attorneys press clients to include password data in estate planning documents so heirs can get to your email, photo sharing, music, and other online accounts when you die.

Is anyone doing this?


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David French writes:

This suggestion reminds me of the Douglas Adams book "The Salmon of Doubt". I seem to recall that the book is based on materials found on the hard drive of Douglas Adams after he died:

The Salmon of Doubt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Wikipedia also has a link to:

List of works published posthumously - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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