Creating your ordinary will is hard enough. Deciding who will get your home, savings account and that treasured heirloom from a distant relative can be difficult. Once you have made the list as to who will get your worldly possession, it is time to consider who will get the virtual items, too. Those things might include all the pictures you have stored online, as well as your email, the contents of your Facebook account or even that very difficult to achieve gaming prize.
While you might overlook these things, they can be very important to the people left behind when you pass away. If you don't handle the electronic possessions in your estate planning, you may be setting your relatives up for a very long and emotional legal battle.