Each of your online accounts requires passoword and username or email. There are several password managment services that store your passwords in a private account. Some of these services are LastPass and 1Passwords. If you use one of them then you will be interested to learn what will happen to your account if you are no longer around.

LastPass
An emergency contact can be assigned to your account. This person will be able to request access to your account and will gain access to it if you don’t respond in a specified period of time. Read more about LastPass instructions here.

1Password
An ‘emergency kit’ can be created and kept in a safe place, such as AfterVault.com, for your family to use in an emergency. Read more about 1Password instructions here.

Don`t forget that you can store your passwords in AfterVault. Regardless of how you take care of your of digital assets and accounts, you’ll need to be sure the right person gets the right instruction and information at the right time. AfterVault.com provides a secure and dependable way to do this.

If you are interested to learn more about how you can protect your digital assets, you can check some of our articles on the topic:

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