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  1. I want to replace the traditional file cabinet you leave all the important files behind for your heirs when you die and store them in Evernotes. Including copy of will, POA, Living Will, stocks, bonds, life insurance, titles, etc. My concern is organization. Anyone have a template? Second is access. My wife is not technically adept and I am not sure she can understand Evernotes. Maybe a shared folder with the kids who have more technical ability? To EV: I am willing to pay a fee (annual / one time) to have someone help my heirs get to my EV information using say a series of personal question and PWs that I would provide to them. Thought and advice.
  2. It would be great for Evernote to take a page from Google and allow for an Account Trustee to be assigned so as to allow your notes to be passed onto a family member. Understandably this could be written into a Will; however, that seems a bit extreme to bear the expense for something that should be relatively simple to update in your profile.
  3. I've been wondering: is there any clause or method in place to allow us, the Evernote account owners, to legally have our account access released to a single entity, who then requests it with official documentation, in case of our death? In my view, Evernote may be the most important asset I have online. It holds all my thoughts, noted feelings, goals, secret info, important info, and more. I'm trying things with it daily to improve almost every aspect of my life. It has all the information I think is important to my life. I would really like to have my Evernote account and all such information shared with one single entity (person or other) when I die. I read the Terms of Service and the Privacy Policy, and couldn't find anything on this. I know one way is to share my account login information with anyone I want right now, though I want to treat this kind of like a will and see if Evernote has something legal like this in place or may put a legal clause in somewhere to handle such things when they happen. Any thoughts on this? Thanks!
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