PASSWORD MANAGERS THAT CAN ASSIST YOU IF YOU WERE TO PASS AWAY
Password managers house the keys to all your digital accounts, including bank numbers, credit card numbers, and any other important information you might need to leave behind. These services also make it easy to pass them on to your loved ones.
1Password, for example, has you create an Emergency Kit when you sign up, which includes all the information someone would need to log into your account. Print it out or download a copy to a USB drive and place it somewhere safe, like a lock box, where your loved ones can access it in the event of your death.
Keeper , you use your online vault, then navigate to Account > Manage Account Emergency Access. There, you can add up to five email addresses as emergency contacts. Keeper also allows you to set up a seven-day waiting period, so if you don’t use your account in that time, your contacts are notified.
Dashlane – using the desktop app and navigating to Contacts > Emergency > Add New and entering the email address of an emergency contact. Then set a span of time before your contacts can request access to your vault and automatically get approved.
All handy services to keep and protect your passwords plus in case something was to happen to you – making sure that your accounts etc can be accessed and tidied up after your passing.