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Template of a Will Clause For Digital Assets

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My Trustee may access, handle, distribute, and dispose of my , and may obtain, access, modify, delete, and control my passwords and other electronic credentials associated with my digital devices and . My Trustee may engage contractors or agents to assist my Trustee in accessing, handling, distributing, and disposing of my . [OPTIONAL: Without restricting my Trustee, it is my wish that my Trustee engage to assist the Trustee in accessing, handling, distributing, and disposing of my .]

If I have prepared a memorandum, which may be altered by me from time to time, with instructions concerning my digital and their access, handling, distribution, and disposition, it is my wish that my Trustee and follow my instructions as outlined in that memorandum.

For the purpose of my Will, “digital assets” includes the following:

  1. Files stored on my digital devices, including but not limited to, desktops, laptops, tablets, peripherals, storage devices, mobile telephones, smartphones, and any similar digital device; and
  2. Emails received, email accounts, digital music, , digital videos, software licenses, accounts, file sharing accounts, , banking accounts, domain registrations, DNS service accounts, web hosting accounts, tax preparation service accounts, online stores, affiliate programs, other online accounts, and similar digital items, regardless of the ownership of any upon which the digital item is stored.
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