From our financial accounts and tax records to our music and photograph libraries, more and more of our assets are finding homes online. When we die, however, our online accounts and passwords do not necessarily die with us.
The term "digital assets" refers to assets and information stored or accessed online or as a file on a computer or mobile device. Some digital assets have monetary value, while others have personal or sentimental value. The digital asset realm includes not just bank and brokerage accounts, but also email accounts, blogs, Facebook pages, Tumblr accounts, photograph, book and music libraries — the list goes on with new additions all the time.
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