Pennsylvania Estate Planning Attorney On Storing Wills and Other Documents On Your Computer 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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