Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Estate Planning On-Line Tools

Earlier this week a client shared with me an article he'd clipped out of the New York Times in the fall of 2007. Entitled Online, a Way to Say What You Wouldn't Put in a Will, the article profiles three internet companies that allow customers to store passwords and other data as well as send a letter of final instruction.

Any way a person can organize his or her affairs, especially financial passwords, is a good idea. For the tech savvy, this might be an option to learn more about. The three companies mentioned were:
I'm curious to hear about people's experiences with these sites or others. The world is increasingly moving into the cyberspace, and it will be interesting to see how estate planning and probate are impacted.

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