As the world becomes increasingly digitalized, even the elderly are learning to be computer savvy. If your loved one has recently passed away you could have difficulty retrieving a will or trust stored on a computer. Often, documents as important as wills and trusts will be password protected if stored on a computer. If the surviving family members do not know the password, this obviously creates a problem. Therefore, those individuals who store wills or trusts on computers should allow their heirs access to these password-protected documents. If you have legal concerns about a will, trust, or estate, then contact attorney David M. Frees today. Call him at 610-933-8069, or visit his website at where you can order a FREE copy of his book, Enhanced Estate Planning: What You Need to Know About Hiring An Attorney.
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