“People should leave clear instructions about what should happen to their social media, computer games and other online accounts after their death” – The Law Society, 2014
When someone dies, it is natural for their loved ones to turn to the social media platforms they used when they were alive to remember them. For many people, their loved one’s Facebook and Twitter accounts can act as focal points for remembrance.
As we spend more and more time online, our digital legacy is becoming increasingly important to consider.
Peace of Mind Planner
Our lives are scattered with paperwork and digital records. Do you have a plan for how to hand over life admin to a loved one after death? Do you have important wishes you’d like observed? Have you discussed what kind of funeral you would like?
We’ve created a new, FREE booklet to help you and your loved ones have important conversations and find peace of mind.
If you are unable to download the booklet or do not have access to a printer, please feel free to contact us on 01225-721480 or email
Sarah.Dodd@dorothyhouse-hospice.org.uk. We will be able to send you a physical copy by post.