According to the site Jezebel, you now have to get your digital affairs in order before you kick the can.
The site reports, “now that so much of what people “own”—photos, correspondence, financial records, etc. is online and password protected, it’s becoming an area that requires legal action to get into once someone dies.”
I always kind of knew in the periphery something needed to be done about all the social media accounts, but I don’t know, kind of just assumed someone would log onto my Facebook account and write “we regret to inform you that Katie is deceased” followed by about 15 to 20 “likes”.
By all means, read the rest of the article, and then write your Facebook Last Will and Testament.