With a Google account, you have options to control your data and the tools to manage your account – and you can also tell Google how to manage this account as part of your estate plan.
Google accounts and apps are used for a wide variety of purposes, including email, creating and managing documents, spreadsheets, photos, and navigation. In order to use Android phones and tablets, Chromebooks, and to install mobile apps, you also need to have a Google account set up.
Managing your digital assets is a vital part of estate planning. If you become disabled or pass away, what will happen to your online accounts? When it comes to powers of attorney and executing your will, what does the law require regarding these accounts?