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You may have a will to deal with your assets after you die. But what about your digital assets? One lawyer says overlooking that category could be very costly.

FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports:

Think about photos, music or videos you store online.

(Presser) "A lot of those digital assets can actually be worth a lot more than the other assets."

Attorney Hillel Presser says, unless you prepare ahead of time, your relatives could have trouble getting to those assets after you're gone. He recommends finding a trusted friend or, of course, a lawyer:

(Presser) "And give them a list of all of your digital assets: usernames, passwords, secret questions, etc."

Even more important says Presser: Make sure your relatives have a way to turn off automatic bill payments.

Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.