Estate Planning for the Digital Life | McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, PLLC - JDSupra. As more and more of our lives are taking up residence on the Internet , it has become important to plan for what happens after we die. While the normal Will give enough authority to the Personal Representative to take ownership of all assets, digital and otherwise, it can be complicated. Why not plan ahead, and notify your Personal Representative of the information he or she will need to access your digital life? Facebook recently provided a mechanism for a legacy contact, and provisions for memorial pages. Other social media sites will likely follow. Also, making a list of online banking contacts and information is useful. It certainly can't hurt to place a digital assets paragraph in your Will, to make sure the P.R. knows about everything you have online. We are all going to die. What will we leave behind?