Estate Help for Families Who Have Lost a Loved One Now Includes a Digital Vault

Today people have more information online than they have in their filing cabinets and most aren’t keeping track of it.

What happens to your online accounts when you die? Usually, nothing! If they are never notified of your death they will remain there indefinitely, making them a risk for fraud and identity theft. They are a heyday of possibility for hackers worldwide!

Since 2016, Full-Circle Aftercare, a concierge service that walks families through closing their loved one’s estate, has been helping families through the intricate and time-consuming process of closing accounts, making notifications, and applying for benefits they may be eligible for. The online account aspect of assisting families becomes harder every year as more people use online means of taking care of day-to-day personal affairs. Many surviving family members are left without any login information or even a list of online accounts.

The average American internet user has 150 online accounts that require a password. Most don’t realize their families will be locked out of most online accounts without proper planning. Families that fail to plan for this are having to fight, often unsuccessfully, for access to online accounts, assets, photos, and memories.

Full-Circle Aftercare (FCA) is on a mission to provide the resources needed by families who have lost a loved one, are estate planning for surviving family members, and is now offering an Easeenet digital vault to every family they serve through their FCA Partners nationwide.

“We hope this service will provide families with a better way to plan their estate so their family members don’t lose access to important affairs online. Digital accounts and assets aren’t a thing of the future. They are part of our everyday life and need to be included in estate planning,” says Matthew Van Drimmelen, owner of Full-Circle Aftercare.

Easeenet Digital Vault effortlessly organizes and preserves your digital estate in real-time, saving hours of stress and frustration from day one by using a full-featured password manager for non-techy users, secure document storage and sharing for important documents, and a legacy worksheet that captures the critical details people often forget to pass on. Everything stays securely organized and up to date in real-time, and the individual selects who gets access to their information and when. At the time of the individual’s passing, the next of kin will be able to gain access to all online accounts in the digital vault which will allow them to close them properly.

Digital assets can include online banking, brokerage and cryptocurrency accounts, online photos, videos, blog posts, online family trees, email, social-media accounts, frequent flier miles, credit card points, and more.

It is estimated there are 10 to 30 million users on Facebook who have passed away. Don’t risk access to your loved one’s digital life being locked away. Digital vaults are paving the way to better estate planning.

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