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  1. Maybe a related question. Can I bequeath my business to Linden Lab itself? What if I want to do this for like a charity type of purpose in the event of my death. A charity run within Second Life itself. Can I do this?
  2. Actually, Linden Lab *does* have a policy for this. There is even a relatively recent thread about (someone with a terminal condition actually asking others to bequeath to). Go into the FAQ and Wiki and you can find that information. The idea is to be proactive and set up your beneficiaries beafore hand.
  3. My RL husband passed away over a year ago, and he did not close his SecondLife account while he was ill nor did he bequeath the account to me. What must I do/who do I contact to close his SL account?
  4. LL has never allowed the transfer of an account to someone else, even as a "gift". You can bequeath an account but you can only do so with LL's permission first.
  5. Good luck, Vanity. Since the most valuable things I have in SL are my friends, there's not much reason to bequeath Maddy. I really can't imagine anyone putting in the effort to find things to like in each of you. ;-).
  6. Michel Teromaximus

    Bequeath

    I could not get into sl, was a message that I should pay $ 10.00 to continue the account because?
  7. Tried to? How can you try to bequeath something in your will? You either put it in the will or you don't. I put my account in my will, but that was back when the account was worth a lot of money. The account is worthless now, but it's still in my will because I haven't got round to removing it. Anyone who's account makes decent money, and would continue making the money regardless of who was behind the account, ought to put it in their will, perhaps with some detailed written instructions on how to continue it.
  8. Just curious, has anyone tried to bequeath thier account in thier will?
  9. Rolig Loon wrote: Gee, this is an ancient thread. Some of us who weren't old before, are now. (But if anyone other than my grandkids starts calling me "granny", I'll whap you with my cane.) [ /me steps up on my Ivory Soap Box and clears my throat ] Rolig, given your time in SL Answers and the countless number of people you have helped over the years I bequeath the Honorable Title of "Granny-Geek" upon thee. [ /me jumps off my Ivory Soap Box and runs for my ever loving life! ]
  10. I am sorry for your loss Pinky. If your partner did not bequeath his account (and even if he did) you will have to contact Second Life support and give relevant information, including proofs that you were partnered (or married) in RL The Second Life support team requires the death certificate and, may require other additional testamentary letters or orders, where required by law. Additional verification of any party's identity, including the deceased, may also be required. In general, the support team requires: Testamentary letter or other appropriate order Copy of the death certificate Copy of the will Copy of a government-issue ID sufficient to identify you If the will is not being probated, or is not before a court or official authority, then we may only require copies of: Death certificate Will Government-issue ID sufficient to identify you Here's the wiki page about this subject: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Death_and_other_worries_outside_Second_Life ETA: Sorry for the laughing smiley in this link: it's a typo that has never been fixed by LL...
  11. You may not transfer your account to another person while you are still alive. If you wish, you may bequeath your account to someone else in your will. Directly from this wiki page: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Sharing_or_transferring_Second_Life_accounts As for creating a will, I'm sure you can type "how to create a will" into a search engine and get instructions there. I'm not quite sure, myself. If you don't know already. All that being said, many people survive cancer. I don't know your particular circumstances, but I wish you luck, and as has been said already, don't give up! ETA: If you click "bequeath your account" in the linked statement above, you'll get more detailed information on how to go about that, and how the person to whom you wish to leave the account may claim it in the event of your death, as well as what they will need and what needs to be included in your will in order for them to claim the account.
  12. You may not transfer your account to another person while you are still alive. If you wish, you may bequeath your account to someone else in your will. Tip: If you wish to leave all your avatar's worldly belongings to another person without dying, you can transfer all your Linden dollars and transferrable inventory inworld to that person's existing account..  How do I bequeath my Second Life account and its assets if I die in real life? In your will, you must include the legal (real-life) name of the person who you want to inherit your Second Life account and assets, in the event of your death. This is referenced in Section 3.1 of our Terms of Service (updated 2010-10-06), specifically: You must establish an Account with Linden Lab to use the Service, except for those portions of the Websites which Linden Lab allows users to access without registration. You may establish one or more additional Accounts, provided that your existing Account is in good standing and you are otherwise in full compliance with this Agreement. You may not transfer or assign your Account and its contractual rights, licenses and obligations, to any third party without the prior written consent of Linden Lab. The Second Life support team requires the death certificate and, may require other additional testamentary letters or orders, where required by law. Additional verification of any party's identity, including the deceased, may also be required. In general, the support team requires: Testamentary letter or other appropriate order Copy of the death certificate Copy of the will Copy of a government-issue ID sufficient to identify you If the will is not being probated, or is not before a court or official authority, then we may only require copies of: Death certificate Will Government-issue ID sufficient to identify you 
  13. I am so sorry for your loss Cricket. Since your sister did not bequeath her account before she passed away, you will have to contact the support. Not sure you can get a positive answer to your request if there is no will. You will be asked for the following: The Second Life support team requires the death certificate and, may require other additional testamentary letters or orders, where required by law. Additional verification of any party's identity, including the deceased, may also be required. In general, the support team requires: Testamentary letter or other appropriate order Copy of the death certificate Copy of the will Copy of a government-issue ID sufficient to identify you If the will is not being probated, or is not before a court or official authority, then we may only require copies of: Death certificate Will Government-issue ID sufficient to identify you Sincerely yours, Val.
  14. You can't. It is a violation of the TOS. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Sharing_or_transferring_Second_Life_accounts You may not transfer your account to another person while you are still alive. If you wish, you may bequeath your account to someone else in your will. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Death_and_other_worries_outside_Second_Life
  15. Ansariel gave you the correct answer assuming you want to transfer your avatar while you are alive (and intend to keep on living a healthy RL life). There are however official rules which apply in case you wish to bequeath your account before you pass away (sorry, not a funny subject but LL has also thought about this). http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_OfficialDeath_and_other_worries_outside_Second_Life But you may transfer to another person all your Linden Dollars, transferable items and LMs. No-transfer items cannot be given away, per se.
  16. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official Death_and_other_worries_outside_Second_Life Some discussion: http://community.secondlife.com/t5/forums/searchpage/tab/message?q=bequeath
  17. Surf Serrao wrote: LL left an option open regarding transer of accounts with LL;s written permission. I think it's time for LL to address the circumstances for which permission is granted. This might be a clue: You may not transfer your account to another person while you are still alive. If you wish, you may bequeath your account to someone else in your will. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Sharing_or_transferring_Second_Life_accounts
  18. Yes, that's the page you find when you click "bequeath your account" on the first wiki page I mentioned, or in the link I posted Thanks for posting the direct link, though!
  19. Very interesting question... Brings to mind also the question of an SLwill. Who does/or could your avatar love so much as to bequeath their all. Is it possible to pass land (mainland 512 - no rent) to one's love?
  20. valerie Inshan

    Inquiry

    In principle, you have to pass away for that... :smileyindifferent: Transferring an account Per the Terms of Service: You may not assign this Agreement or your Account without the prior written consent of Linden Lab. You may not transfer or sublicense any licenses granted by Linden Lab in this Agreement without the prior written consent of Linden Lab, except solely to the extent this Agreement permits transfer of the Linden Dollar Licenses and Virtual Land Licenses. Linden Lab may assign this Agreement, in whole or in part, and all related rights, licenses, benefits and obligations, without restriction, including the right to sublicense any rights and licenses under this Agreement.You may not transfer your account to another person while you are still alive. If you wish, you may bequeath your account to someone else in your will. Tip: If you wish to leave all your avatar's worldly belongings to another person without dying, you can transfer all your Linden dollars and transferrable inventory inworld to that person's existing account.. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Sharing_or_transferring_Second_Life_accounts
  21. Hiya Cinnamon Death and Other "First Life" Worries This article addresses some frequently-asked questions about Second Life relating to death in real life and some similar concerns. Is there a way for me to bequeath my Second Life account and its assets to someone else if I die in real life? Yes. Please read this article, which provides the answer to this question in more detail. If I die in real life, will you let my Second Life friends know, perhaps by informing my Friends list? Maybe. Linden Lab can only act on instructions that are part of a legally-recognized document such as a valid will. You would have to specify in your will that you want this action performed, and we would need a copy of the will and whatever other verifying documents we deem necessary. I'm worried about my Second Life friend, who hasn't been inworld for a very long time, or has expressed suicidal ideation, or some other alarming behavior. Can you check on them for me? Can you give me their account information so that I can check on them? We're sorry, but no; that would violate the terms of our Privacy Policy. However, here are some links you or your friend might find useful: Befrienders maintains an extensive list of suicide-prevention hotlines organized by country. Befrienders is itself a worldwide volunteer-based organization that, in its own words, works to "provide help to those in need of emotional support, in order to reduce the number of people who die by suicide, and enable people to explore their feelings in an anonymous, confidential and non-judgmental environment."
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