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Free password 'afterlife' advice from legal experts

People who die without leaving a record of their online passwords for banking and other financial assets risk leaving their relatives unable to access them.

A leading legal firm is advising people to store their passwords in one place, preferably in a will, or our families will not be able to access some of our assets.

Dorothy Kellas, a partner with Lindsays Solicitors, told BBC Scotland: "It's a difficult thing, perhaps, to have a conversation about so writing it down somewhere is the obvious thing to do and then there's no dispute afterwards."

  • 30 Sep 2014