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Exciting outlook for providers of Will writing and private client services

DPL Professional

5
Oct

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An exciting time is ahead for private client legal firms, independent Will writers and accountants providing Will writing and probate services. The wealthiest generation in our history is aging and, over the next 20 years, will be transferring their assets to the next generation – who are possibly the most dependent ever. 

In today’s environment, businesses are demanding improvements in productivity, quality of risk management, and quality of service. A study by Thomson Reuters on law firms, identified that firms who manually drafted documents took an average of 2.39 times longer than those that had adopted document drafting software.  Making the most of available technology has become pivotal to a firm’s success, and will help to prevent losing ground to more progressive firms.

Alister Cree, MD and co-founder of DPL Professional is pleased to announce “Arken, our new online service, has seen great growth since its launch in May this year.  Arken is intelligent Will drafting software, created by lawyers specifically for the estate planning industry.  We drew on this background as well as the extensive experience we have gained internationally from our previous products that are still used to draft over 550,000 Wills every year.  Arken stands out from competitors due to its ability to efficiently draft simple and complex Wills – meaning that you can deliver high-quality documents to more clients, faster.  DPL Professional continues to be the preferred choice for lawyers, accountants and independent Will writers that wish to produce high quality estate documents.” 

Arken is easy to easy to use whether you are a sole practitioner or large firm. You can trial it for free at https://arken.legal

This article was submitted to be published by DPL Professional as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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