Madison, WI (PRWEB) April 28, 2011
Entrustet Digital Property Reports (http://www.entrustet.com/digital-property-search) allow families, attorneys and executors to quickly find digital property of the recently deceased. Entrustet’s service automatically scours the web and returns a report of a deceased person’s online accounts, along with step by step instructions on how to transfer and delete each account.
“Our partner attorneys kept coming to us asking us to help clients who did not protect their online accounts before they died,” said Jesse Davis, Entrustet’s CEO. “We created a simple service to help people find the decedent’s digital property.”
Survivors send Entrustet the deceased person’s email address(es) and Entrustet automatically scours over 50 of the most popular websites on the Internet to find online accounts. Entrustet sends the family a digital property report with specific step by step instructions from each company where the deceased had an account.
“We’ve already found hundreds of online accounts that would have otherwise been lost,” said co-founder Nathan Lustig. “We even found a business domain name that was going to expire in 30 days so that the family could renew it quickly.”
Attorneys receive unlimited monthly digital property searches when they partner with us, depending on the size of their firm. Plans start at $10 per month. Individuals can purchase single Digital Property Reports. Attorneys already see the value in Entrustet digital property searches.
“We’ve implemented digital property searches into our standard estate planning practice,” said Attorney Joseph W. Boucher. “It gives us piece of mind that we’re not missing anything in the probate process, plus our clients like to know that we’re being thourough.”
Attorney Jennifer Santini concurs. “My client was very impressed with Entrustet’s search,” says Jennifer Santini, “The search not only found valuable digital property that I might have not found, but it saved the personal representative and me time that we could devote to other probate matters. I found Entrustet’s company death policy resource useful when helping my clients decide how to delete, access or transfer each specific online account.”
For a free sample report or more information, please contact us directly at lawyers(at)entrustet(dot)com.
For more information about Entrustet Digital Property Searches or Entrustet in general:
Phone: (608) 561-1441
Mail: Entrustet, 30 W. Mifflin St.
Madison WI, 53703
Entrustet (http://www.entrustet.com) is the market leader in the emerging digital death industry. Entrustet allows people to make a plan for their digital assets with Account Guardian, which allows people to make a list of their digital assets and decide which are deleted and which are transferred to heirs. Entrustet also helps those who did not create a plan by doing an automated Digital Property Search. Other Entrustet services include a lawyer directory, corporate partner program, account incinerator and digital executor toolbox.