Yes, through your estate that you leave behind, until it is dispersed per your wishes or court ruling.
Gestures, in love, are incomparably more attractive, effective and valuable than words.
~ Francois Rabelais
I think you can retain intellectual property after you die. Like if you write a song or make a patent that material is yours for eternity. Your name and credit will go to you even after you die, but in your death you can't really chose what to do with it (like music companies publishing the music of dead artists to make money off their work).
Even if "you" don't live anymore, your legacy still does. You legacy may have ownership of things (to some degree), which is sorta like you having ownership over it even in your death. We still refer to paintings done by dead painters as theirs, but we know they obviously don't belong to them.