Less than half of all Americans have arranged their financial affairs and executed a will for their descendants. But even fewer have taken the additional step of putting their digital affairs in order. So much of our lives these days are conducted online, and following your death, no one can automatically gain access to your digital property. While state laws govern what happens, and you would be wise to check in with an attorney about your specific situation, there are some reasonable steps you can take to ensure your loved ones can navigate your online property and identity after your death. Suggestions include establishing legacy contacts in your social media accounts and making sure passwords are readily available. For practical steps to avoid monumental headaches for your survivors, Read This.