Morgan Drexen Technology Eases the Burden of Rising Filings

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Bankruptcy Trends are on the Rise as Morgan Drexen Integrated Systems Provides a Consumer Friendly Platform for Bankruptcy Filings.

Consumer Friendly Technology Helps In Bankrupcty Filings

This will allow attorneys to guide consumers through the complex process of bankruptcy quickly and effectively,” adds Morgan Drexen Chief Executive Officer Walter Ledda.

Despite the recent rise in the trend for bankruptcy filings, Morgan Drexen supported attorneys this week have reported debt resolution statistics of $295 million.

Morgan Drexen’s Integrated Systems (MDIS) provides simplistic and effective business platforms to attorneys nationwide. Allowing law offices to effective automate complex documentation, saves the firm time, effort and money.

The software platforms provided by Morgan Drexen allow law firms to work with hundreds of clients through the implementation of automation.

Erick Graeff is a California and Oregon licensed attorney who uses the support services of Morgan Drexen,he says, "This milestone marks the dedication of attorneys across America supported by Morgan Drexen and the continued commitment to consumer debt resolution as an instrumental part of the economic recovery and the recognition of the all important consumer in that recovery."

In recent years we have seen an upward trend in consumers nationwide who are using America’s legal system to reduce debt. In the past using an attorney would have been costly. Using the outsourced automation of Morgan Drexen allows the attorney to spend less time doing paperwork and more time concentrating on settling debt.

For more than 2,500 American families attorney-based debt resolution has been a huge success.

Cynthia O. engaged with the firm of Howard Law in California to reduce her growing debt. A bad economy, and continued medical problems in the family lead Cynthia to seek help to reduce her $19,000 debt.

Cyntiha admits, “I was just only paying the minimum and the minimum wasn’t really getting the bill down.” Cynthia celebrated her 51st birthday with style in 2011 as she was free of the burden of debt.

“I would be still probably paying the same amount and still paying the same thing if I had take no action. I got through with these debts in four years I would probably be still paying, probably until 65 if I hadn’t taken action,” adds Cynthia.

“$290 million in debt resolved at 39% allowing 2,500 families to be free of the debt they initially engaged into the attorney-based debt resolution program. Morgan Drexen Integrated Systems has recently expanded and launched an Automated Bankruptcy Module (ABM). This will allow attorneys to guide consumers through the complex process of bankruptcy quickly and effectively,” adds Morgan Drexen Chief Executive Officer Walter Ledda.

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