Most of us aren’t rich-- except when it comes to our digital treasures. How many of your family photos live on albums? Or do you bank many of them on Facebook, Instagram, or simply on your phone? How many passwords do you have? How many people know how to access them were you to be injured? You might have more ‘digital assets’ than you think. 

Recently, Facebook announced a new feature called Legacy Contact that lets users authorize another person to access or modify their accounts after they die. But, as we invest more and more important information online, how and who will manage it once we’re gone? Evan Carroll, co-author of Your Digital Afterlife, and co-founder of “The Digital Beyond,” a blog about digital estate planning joins Heather Ahern, Founder of the FUNctional Home to help us H navigate this new frontier of estate planning.