Over the holidays, you or a loved one may have received some type of computer or device that connects to the internet, email and various applications. Or photos were taken and stored on such a device, or posts were made on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and more. What happens to these “digital assets” when you die? New York enacted a law in 2016, which may be helpful in dealing with your digital life after death.
Please see full publication below for more information.