National Law Review: “If you were to become incapacitated or die, would your agents, trustees or personal representatives know where to find the key to your safe deposit box? The title to your car? Or, your account numbers and passwords? If not, it is time to start compiling your personal records. By compiling this information in a central, secure location, you can better ensure that your estate plan will be carried out efficiently. For some people, this will mean compiling mostly paper files. For others, it will mean keeping a detailed list of digital assets and passwords. Below is a list of the top ten types of records you should print out or save in digital format. These items should be kept in a secure location separate from your computer, but in a place that can be accessed by your representative upon your death or incapacity.
Personal Record Retention Top Ten
By On the Net|2016-12-13T20:33:22-08:00March 26th, 2015|
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