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Digital Asset Estate Planning: Even After You’ve Died Your Identity Isn’t Safe
Judy Taylour
We need to protect our digital assets even when we are no longer here and make sure
our executor has the necessary authorization needed to access any of our digital data.

The year after somebody dies is one of the most vulnerable times for identity theft. It’s a
terrible crime but, because death is public record, criminals search through recently
deceased records and create fake identities. This presentation covers many ways your
identity can be stolen and ways to prevent it being stolen after you are no longer here.
There are also many tips to make it easier for your digital executor to close your
accounts and how we can help.

Phil Ball will follow Judy with his patented Windows Tips & Tricks. Yet another opportunity to enhance your computing expertise.

May 15, 2021 01:00 PM in Arizona

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