Arizona Republic:  “Estate planning was tough enough even before the age of online financial accounts and social media.  Now that so many things have gone digital, there are even more issues to ponder. . . . ‘The ultimate question is what happens to these digital assets when somebody dies.'  Chances are a lot of electronically active Americans haven't pondered such questions and even fewer have done anything about them.  That's a safe bet considering that about half of Americans haven't even performed estate-planning basics such as getting a will, according to surveys.”