When I’m gone, you’ll have to figure out my passwords

While I was out getting groceries last night I came across a book entitled, When I’m Gone – Practical Notes for Those You Leave Behind by Kathleen Fraser. I picked it up out of curiosity and ended up spending a good chunk of my evening flipping through it.

So many of us know where our important documents are – our wills, estate plans, shareholder agreements. But what about key receipts that our family may need or our address book so our families know who to contact. In today’s digital age many of us keep our important files safely filed away on our hard drives. Secured, password protected and encrypted.

Do your loved ones have all the knowledge they need to access the documents you left for them?

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