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Getting access to online accounts post-death is critical.

As the exponential growth in the storage of asset and liability information on digital platforms and devices continues unabated, the ability to gather critical asset and liability information following a death is becoming ever more complicated. Fiduciaries responsible for post-death administration must collect, secure, inventory and value all assets and account for all debts, expenses and administrative costs. The inability to access critical information that’s stored digitally significantly

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