Digital Estate Plan
WHAT IS A DIGITAL ESTATE PLAN?
We live in a world of invisible information and assets. Social media accounts, automatic financial transactions, accounts in the cloud, website and blog content, personal digital assets like photos and videos, to say nothing of passwords, user codes, and log-in information up the kazoo. How do you organize it all? You need a Digital Estate Plan. What if you suddenly died or became incapacitated? Would your Executor, Power of Attorney, or authorized representative know about the existence of your “invisible” online and web-based accounts, the ones with no
statements or paper trail? Do the right people know how to log-in into your vital accounts? Do you know how to protect your information afterlife’, the digital information that goes on without you?
A Digital Estate Plan:
Centralizes invisible, digital information in one place.
Provides for the safe transference of passwords, user codes and other log-in information to authorized representatives.
Creates a “paper trail” for online or web-based accounts that have no tangible statements.
Accounts for digital assets that might be overlooked by an Estate.
Protects you from unauthorized access by digital mischief-makers.
WHAT IS A DIGITAL ESTATE PLAN CONSULTANT?
A Digital Estate Plan Consultant (DEPC) is an expert in the Digital Estate Plan (DEP). They are trained to create a DEP customized to their clients and customers. There are many benefits to adding ‘Digital Estate Plan Consultant’ to your professional credentials.
Benefits of Being a DEPC:
Provide a critical, cutting-edge service to clients and customers
Add more value to the services you currently offer
Discover a simple, low-tech way to extend your service line
Create an additional revenue stream
Enhance your credibility
Give your clients and customers peace of mind
HOW DO I BECOME A DIGITAL ESTATE PLAN CONSULTANT?
It’s easy! You don’t need any legal, financial or estate background so you can be a DEPC without
a lot of expensive training, education or certifications. Simply request the Digital Estate Plan Program document that describes all the trainings, materials, and information you will receive.
Send an email to email@example.com with DEP in the subject line or call us at 404-231-6172. You’ll also receive a sample Letter of Agreement which you are free to preview in advance. Once you sign the Agreement and pay the one-time upfront fee of $750.00, we’ll set up the trainings. At this time, the Program/trainings are conducted as a live Zoom course.
*Please note the Digital Estate Plan, the Digital Estate Plan Consultant, and the Digital Estate Plan Program and trainings are offered by judithkolberg.com, aka FileHeads Professional Organizers. The Program does not qualify you to perform legal, financial, or estate planning activities.
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What if you suddenly died or became incapacitated? Would your Executor, Power of Attorney, family or other authorized representatives know about the existence of your “invisible” online and web-based accounts, the ones with no statements or paper trail? Do the right people know how to log-in into your vital accounts? While your family is planning your funeral and grieving your loss, criminals could be hijacking your Facebook account. Do you know how to protect your ‘information afterlife’, the digital information that goes on without you?
Creating Your Digital Estate Plan is an easy-to-understand guide to:
Provide for the safe transference of digital information to your family and authorized representatives.
Account for digital assets that might be overlooked by your estate.
Protect your information afterlife from unauthorized access by identity thieves and other digital mischief-makers.
Creating Your Digital Estate Plan is the best $10.00 you’ll ever spend. Loaded with critical cutting-edge information, it includes a link to a simple, customizable Digital Estate Plan form so you can make your own, personalized Digital Estate Plan.
"I put your Digital Estate Plan workshop to work the very next day with my client. They loved the idea!”
- Marcy Melton