Wills, Probate

Trusts, Estate Planning

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Daytona Beach, FL 32114
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Heidi Webb is an outstanding attorney, she has helped me tremendously with my company and personal work also with Estate Planning and Will.

~ Debra Walter

I was in a very difficult situation when I received Heidi’s number. I was in a desperate situation in a divorce/custody. And I’m sure I looked desperate and frazzled, but she assured me she would help me. I will never forget the days we spent in her office situating the legalities of my situation and she walked me through how court would be and how I was going to behave. (Which I needed I had never done this before) I behaved like I was supposed to and in all of the court hearings that we had to go through she made me feel like I wasn’t desperate anymore I just needed the right people on my team. I enjoyed working with Heidi, she is my friend and I am proud to call her my lawyer. And just an FYI because if I was looking for a lawyer in divorce/custody I would want to know the outcome…..I won. I am 110% satisfied with the outcome. Thank you HEIDI!

~ Karen S.

Your Digital Afterlife

digital assets

As we stress pretty often, Estate Planning is a part of adulting that everyone should take some time to address. While we are most familiar with the ins and outs of what this basic process looks like — deciding who and what and when should happen to your assets but have you ever thought about the importance of how your digital life lives on?

In 2019, many of our life’s moments are not preserved physically as our parents and grandparents were. With social media outlets like Facebook, Instagram, and various photo archives –you may want to designate someone to be responsible for them or at the very least have access to them, in the same way, you would your other important documents.

Below are some thoughts about how to get started on getting your digital estate in order and specific information about how your Facebook account should be set up and handled.

Take Digital Inventory

Your first step is to decide which digital assets you want your heirs to be able to access, including your social media accounts and email. Make out a list of your accounts, and if you decide to include your usernames and passwords, then be sure to store them in a secure location and make sure that the information is always current if it changed. An estate-planning attorney can help you update your will to reflect your intentions for your digital estate.

 Designate a Facebook Legacy Contact

Facebook now gives you an opportunity to choose a legacy contact, someone that can manage your social media account if you should pass away. The legacy contact can write a pinned post for your profile as a farewell message or as a way to let your friends know the details of a memorial service. A legacy contact is someone you choose to look after your account if it’s memorialized.  

Like your physical affairs, a little preparation ahead of time can make managing your digital assets a lot easier for your heirs.  

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