How to Manage Your Digital Footprint in Your Texas Estate Plan


In today’s digital age, estate planning encompasses more than just physical assets and financial accounts. With the increasing prevalence of online accounts, social media profiles, and digital assets, it’s essential to consider your digital footprint when crafting a comprehensive estate plan. For individuals and families in Texas, understanding how to manage this aspect of estate planning is crucial to ensure their legacy is protected and their loved ones are properly cared for.

  1. Understanding Your Digital Footprint

In the modern world, our lives are intertwined with technology, from social media accounts to online banking and photo storage platforms.

Your digital footprint comprises all the information and data you create and leave behind online throughout your life.

Common digital assets include email accounts, digital photos, social media profiles, cryptocurrency, and online subscriptions.

  1. The Importance of Digital Estate Planning

Without proper planning, digital assets can be lost or inaccessible after your passing, leading to complications and frustrations for your loved ones.

Digital estate planning involves identifying, cataloging, and making arrangements for the management and distribution of your digital assets.

It also entails addressing issues such as privacy concerns, access permissions, and digital legacy wishes.

As an experienced estate planning attorney, Janelle Cremé, Esq. understands the complexities of modern estate planning, including the management of digital assets.

Janelle works closely with clients in Texas to develop customized estate plans that encompass both traditional and digital assets.

She assists clients in identifying and documenting their digital assets, ensuring they are accounted for in their estate plan.

Janelle provides guidance on digital asset protection strategies, including password management, encryption, and digital executor designation.

  1. Crafting Your Digital Estate Plan

Janelle Cremé, Esq. will work with you to create a comprehensive digital estate plan tailored to your specific needs and wishes.

This plan may include instructions for accessing and managing your digital accounts, as well as directives for the transfer or deletion of sensitive information.

Janelle will also ensure that your digital estate plan complies with Texas state laws and regulations regarding digital assets and estate administration.

Ready to take control of your digital footprint and protect your legacy? Contact Janelle Cremé, Esq. today to discuss how she can assist you in managing your digital estate as part of your comprehensive estate plan. With her expertise and personalized approach, Janelle will provide you with peace of mind knowing that your digital assets are safeguarded and your loved ones are cared for. Visit our website or call us at [Insert Contact Information] to schedule your consultation.


In today’s digital era, managing your digital footprint is an essential aspect of estate planning. By working with an experienced attorney like Janelle Cremé, Esq., individuals and families in Texas can ensure that their digital assets are properly accounted for and managed according to their wishes. Don’t wait until it’s too late—start planning for your digital legacy today.



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