LifeSource Direct Announces Last Will and Testament Legal Documents with DigitalVault™

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LifeSource Direct expanded it services offering to include a last will and testament legal documents storage with a digital vault service. The last will and testament documents with online digital vault security will offer full service document storage for last will and testaments.

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the new service is part of the self help movement on the web for individuals to secure their families future

LifeSource Direct expanded it services offering to include a last will and testament legal documents with a digital vault service. Subscribers of the new offering will have access to legal last will and testament document(s) and a digital storage offering for security and restricted access. As a low cost offering, it allows Individuals to get these essential documents. Without these documents, the courts instead of family have the right to decide who gets property of a deceased person.

The new offering complements the LifeSource Direct portfolio of life insurance (term, whole and premium finance) and health benefits offerings (prescription RX discount cards, ask a doctor). In addition, it addresses a growing need for individual who currently do not have legal last will and testament documents. In an article by Forbes.com, “Americans Lack Basic Estate Plans” Forbes estimates that 65% of Americans do not have a legal last will and testament. It went on to state that “even the oldest respondents were hardly well prepared.”

The estimate amount of individuals without basic estate plans represents a sizable market for individuals looking for secure alternatives for last will and testament documents. LifeSource Direct legal documents covers: Stand-Alone Will; Durable Power of Attorney for Finances and Property; Revocation of Durable Power of Attorney for Finances and Property; Living Will and/or Advance Medical Directives; Durable Power of Attorney For Health Care; Durable Agent Notices; HIPAA Statement (Annual renewal required); Any existing medical, legal, financial documents you wish to upload to your account. Subscribers can change and modify these documents with essential information as require. Additional features are described at http://lifesourcedirect.com/life-insurance-guide/legal-documents/

Enrollment adds those documents and others to a DigitaiVault™ account where individuals or their spouse/partner, attorney or healthcare provider can see them from anywhere there is an internet connection. The DigitalVault™ data centers are engineered to the standards required to support the Rackspace Network and meet the highest standards for best practices security. The legal documents from LifeSource Direct includes Life-ID Restoration — a fully managed identity theft restoration service. As well, it includes Life Concierge — provides professional personal assistance coordinators available 24/7 to respond to virtually any request no matter how large or how small.

A representative of LifeSource Direct stated that “the new service is part of the self help movement on the web for individuals to secure their families future with both life insurance products and last will and testament legal documents. At a monthly subscription price of $14.99, is gives subscribers long term value.”

About LifeSource Direct

LifeSource Direct (http://lifesourcedirect.com/) was formed to create a dynamic, state of the art, direct sales life insurance company backed by an experienced and professional staff. Incorporating the latest cutting edge technology with one of the best consumer support staffs in the industry assures a simple and easy process for purchasing life insurance. LifeSource Direct works with top rated insurance carriers including Prudential, SBLI, RBC, Banner Life, MetLife, Lincoln, Transamerica, ING, and Glenworth Financial. LifeSource Direct now works with thousands of people every year to find them the right term life insurance at the right price. In addition LifeSource Direct offers many ancillary products that can benefit the consumer, including presciption discount RX cards, "Ask a Doctor" a telemedicine service and last will and testament legal documents with digital vault services.

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