For what it's worth:
Some of us are on the 'downside' of our lives. Thus the subject of the eventual settling of one's estate by an executor is of increasing importance. Yes, I understand that AgileBits intends to reinstate the option of printing out a 1Password vault, a document that would be usable by an executor. In that case, the executor would not need to use the decedent's Mac, or have or know how to use 1Password; they could get the necessary logins from a printed (or PDF) copy of 1Password. Of course, a flash drive and 1Password Anywhere would be another option, once that returns.
Wouldn't a 1Password "Digital Estate Kit" be a real boon to those who - perhaps grieving - must clean up after others? Should AgileBits have gone out of business at the time -- a risk worth considering -- then the kit would remain.
What do you think?