Who keeps your Facebook, eBay information when you die?

 

Courts and legislatures around the United States are being asked to address how to give survivors the right to close accounts and retrieve information about their loved ones, if there is no specific mention of it all in a will or living trust document.

The name “digital assets” is being used to describe the potential treasure trove of personal information left floating on the Internet. According to Law.com, Oklahoma is the first state to enact a footnote to estate planning legislation to deal with the topic.

Who keeps your Facebook, eBay information when you die?

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