When working on their legacy plan, most individuals focus on their finances and real and personal property.  However, over the past few years and the rise of social media, many of our prized memories and photographs are now stored online – Facebook, Instagram, Google, Twitter, and so on.  Each social media company has its own set of rules related to account maintenance after the account holder’s passing.  Today’s legacy planners need to address this issue directly with their clients and traditional estate planning documents should include provisions to address clients’ wishes.  The attached New York Times article serves as a good starting point for discussion.