Fully Customized Digital Estate Plan for a Single Individual - $149
This option is for an Illinois resident to write his/her digital estate plan that consists of a traditional Will and a separate legal document that inventories your digital footprint regarding a digital afterlife.
Michael E. Byczek has been a licensed Illinois attorney since 2007.
You shall receive:
1. A fully customized Will based on your life, property, family, and personal preferences.
2. A separate document with instructions for your digital afterlife. This includes complete login credentials for all your online accounts with specific instructions for each. This document alone is sometimes called a "digital estate plan" while the collective documents form a standard "estate plan".
The Will refers to the digital estate plan without exposing private information, such as passwords. Together, the Will and Digital Estate Plan formalize your decisions about a digital afterlife and prospect of being brought back with an AI-generated avatar to interact with the living. For instance, the Will names a data executor and summarizes your decision to have your digital footprint deleted after death along with express refusal to give consent regarding an AI-generated afterlife. The Will refers to the digital estate plan for the list of passwords and grants your data executor legal authority to carry out your wishes.
Once payment is received and the written Attorney-Client agreement acknowledged, you will receive access to a secure collaborative file sharing platform to exchange documents and information, such as family details. The digital estate plan shall be discussed and formatted without actual passwords or login credentials. You will complete this private information on your own through fill-in-the-blanks afterwards.
Each page of the Will includes a notary provision. A notarized witness affidavit is also included. While not required by law, Michael E. Byczek includes these provisions for the best possible protection.
The final format of each document, and whether the digital estate plan may also need further formalities, depend on your final decisions and how best to carry out legal protection.
Disclaimer: This package is only for residents of Illinois. Even if you have a Will and want to add a digital estate plan, the Will should be updated to reflect your decisions regarding a digital afterlife. The digital estate plan without corresponding reference in the traditional Will may render such decisions unenforceable.
The documents are provided for personal non-commercial use.
For more information:
Law website: http://byczeklaw.com
Detailed profile: http://michaelbyczek.pro
This customized legal service requires a written Attorney-Client agreement. You must read, acknowledge, and submit the agreement before an attorney-client relationship is formed. You may send payment first, but legal services shall not be provided without the agreement.
Online payments may be made with PayPal or Venmo through the following options (link opens a QR Code for payment).
1. Scan the QR code (below) for a one-time payment of $149 (click for a larger image)