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To help your survivors, your passwords belong in your will

Posted: October 16, 2013 at 3:04 a.m.


Your mother has just entered hospice care, and she is declining quickly. Suddenly there are a million questions you are supposed to have answered in advance: Is there a will? What should we do with the house, the old china, the dog? Most of them involve money, beloved objects, or family history, but in the digital age, there are less tangible assets we almost never stop to think about.

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Family, Pages 34 on 10/16/2013


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