There are regularly discussions of Security that include Passwords, Keys, Vault, etc. and of course Qubes shines.
But rarely, if ever, is the question addressed of “passing it on” - to associates, heirs, temporarily in case one becomes incapacitated, etc. This needs to be done before it’s needed, so that one’s affairs can be continued or wrapped up in a timely fashion. For example, in the case of one’s death, without having to wait for the courts to grant access to accounts, etc.
Do you give critical passwords and keys in a (wax ) sealed, lead-lined ( ) envelope? Together with an archive copy of your Vault and other data? And somehow keep it up to date? And regularly verify that the envelope’s still unopened? And regularly test it all to verify it still works? To more than 1 other person?
Would appreciate the thoughts of those who’ve already considered this, and possibly implemented something(s).