When making a Will it is easy to consider what we will do with our house, car, money and who may look after our children or pets, but in this digital age we should be giving more thought to what will happen with our 'Digital Assets'.
Digital Assets are held in many forms, such as photo sharing or printing accounts, music accounts, emails and even online gambling or gaming sites.
As shown in this example it can be difficult to persuade companies to allow access to a loved ones account, even with the Grant of Probate to hand.
When discussing your Will with a Solicitor, always consider with them what digital assets you may have and what they would recommend you do to ensure they are passed on to the relevant people.
A father has been told by tech giant Apple he must obtain a court order to access photos and memories from his murdered son's computer.