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@mikevardy Hey. You're right - the main point of your article is to make people aware that providing 1Password access to chosen people in emergent situations is worth considering.
I've made a request on the 1Password forums specifically inspired by this article, here:
3 years ago on The 1Password Emergency Kit
Sorry to be a party-pooper, but:
"…in our fire safe".
So, your wife has access to your 1Password database at any time. As does anyone else who has (or should gain) access to this safe…
That's a major security risk. If I were to implement this, there'd have to be a stronger barrier to perusal than a shared safe. I'm not going to think about it right now, but I'd suggest the document be held in a place (or by a person) that allows access to the information only when certain circumstances have already come to pass.
All for preparing for the future - but without compromising the initially-sought security. *grin*