Have you heard of “RIP Trolls?” Unfortunately, it is far too common for people to “troll” or start arguments and make inflammatory and hurtful comments on a deceased person’s social media page.

Further, some people may wish to have their social media pages handled in a particular way upon their death or incapacity, such as having it erased, backed up for family members, or have a “legacy profile” created. If you are administering an estate for a decedent who had a social media page, do you know how to legally and properly deal with the decedent’s social media presence?

Few Estate Planning and Estate Administration attorneys have this knowledge or expertise. But, the attorneys at Gendelman Law Group do. Call Gendelman Law group at 720-213-0687 to discuss Estate Planning or Estate Administration regarding handling a blog, or contact our attorneys by clicking here.