Your fiduciary responsibility for estate administration requires data that is locked in cyberspace. Restricted access is problematic and using confidential identifiers is almost impossible. You’ll need to locate financial records, angel investments, real estate deeds, sites storing the decedent’s social security number and so much more to determine the estate value, prevent wastage and secure the assets from identity theft. Procedures to lock records vary by agency and state-specific regulation.
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