When a person becomes unable to communicate through illness or dies, they often leave behind important information, photographs, documents and details at various web sites in cyberspace. How do you, the next of kin, Trustee or Personal Representative gain quick and easy access this virtual treasure trove of information? If the disabled or the deceased have failed to leave a written and signed communication in the form of a letter of authorization, will or trust, it may be difficult and time consuming to reach out to the web sites holding this information and to gain legal access the stored materials. There are solutions and preparing documentation necessary to alleviate this problem is possible. If interested please contact me at WoskaLawFirm, PLLC to assist with Digital Asset Protection planning and preparation for yourself or a loved one.