Our clients want to be certain they fulfill their fiduciary responsibility as estate administrators, and Efootprint helps to make that happen
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Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) June 17, 2008
In a digital world it is often difficult for an executor of a will to find complete information necessary to carry out the document. Executor Services (http://www.executorservices.net) has developed a forensically sound process to assist the estate administration of digital data.
The first company to create such a system, Executor Services has named the trade secret protected process Efootprint. Fulfilling a previous lapse in estate administration, Efootprint makes it possible to obtain digital data assets of the deceased while meeting legal requirements in all fifty states.
Executor Services can retrieve data from any digital device whether it is new or old. Estate administrators such as attorneys, executors, and personal representatives utilize Executor Services to identify, gather, and inventory digital assets.
Wayne Hancock, CEO and president of Executor Services, is a Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator. According to Hancock, his company is the only one of its kind providing a secure, confidential process specifically designed to retrieve digital data while meeting the needs of estate administration.
"Our clients want to be certain they fulfill their fiduciary responsibility as estate administrators, and Efootprint helps to make that happen," said Hancock. "Our motto is 'nothing deleted escapes us,' and we are confident in our ability to retrieve all necessary digital data easily and quickly."