In today’s digital age, it’s important to take into consideration who can handle your accounts and how to access them in the event you become incapacitated or upon your death. There are several things you can do to designate an appropriate person to access your accounts if you are unable. For example, you may want to appoint an ‘executor’ that has access to your account information including usernames and passwords for all your accounts. Attorney Lisa Hill discusses the importance of designating someone to have access to your passwords and accounts in this interview on KDUZ 1260 AM’s show “Legal Update.”
Lisa Hill is an attorney with Melchert Hubert Sjodin at the Hutchinson, Minnesota office. Lisa’s extensive legal experience includes estate planning, civil litigation, family law, real estate, and business law. To discuss your specific situation, contact our estate planning team at Melchert Hubert Sjodin at 320.587.2046.