Have you thought about your digital legacy?
Our digital lives seem to know no bounds with every aspect of the way we live today having a virtual dimension should we choose it.
But after death who would have the complicated job of identifying and sorting out your intangible assets? If you bury your head in virtual sand and ignore the fact you have a digital life, in the real world it could cause chaos when you die. So the key advice is plan ahead ….
Your digital afterlife
Dr Wendy Moncur of the University of Dundee talks about her research carried out in association with the Centre for Death and Society at the University of Bath.
Protecting your legacy
1. Make a will
In a will you can name executors who will be in charge of sorting out your estate when you die – including your digital assets.