Digital Estate Planning

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Think about how much of your life --  how much commerce is conducted, how many friendships nurtured, the number of memories stored -- is online. What would happen if you died? Passwords are often known only to the account user. That could mean hardship for loved ones, and possibly the loss of valuable online assets. Thursday morning at 9 on the Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about estate planning for our digital lives. Join our conversation.

Guests: 

Matthew Hochstetler, attorney, Day Ketterer

Ken Smith, Security Consultant, SecureState

Evan Carroll, author, Your Digital Afterlife, founder of thedigitalbeyond.com

Ben Orzeske, Legislative Counsel, The Uniform Law Commission

Marianne Ajemian, survivor & Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act supporter

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