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The world is becoming increasingly digital. We live more and more of our daily lives online be it through social media or the use of online accounts. It has now become commonplace to allow our photographs to be held on ‘the cloud’ or our music collection on our phones and therefore we do not often stop and consider the amount of information we hold digitally let alone what may happen to it when we die. Digital assets survive our incapacity or death and therefore we should be making a plan for them in the same way as we would a physical asset.