The National Law Journal Names DCS Pro to LegalTech 2021 “Trailblazers”

Directive Communication Systems (DCS) Pro has been recognized as a “Trailblazer of the Year” in the LegalTech category by The National Law Journal and is featured in a special supplement highlighting emerging technology companies published on February 1.

“As a very young company, we are honored to have one of our products named to this prestigious list of legal tech innovations that are revolutionizing the legal landscape,” said Lee Poskanzer, CEO, and founder of DCS.

DCS  is being embraced by the legal profession to protect client digital assets as attorneys recognize this new asset class and the importance of protecting it.

Managing digital assets is an emerging problem that the legal profession needs to address on a number of levels. Federal privacy laws and newly enacted state fiduciary access laws are relatively new to the Trusts and Estates area, impacting estate planning and administration.

DCS gets lawyers up to speed and adapted to digital assets succession management quickly.

DCS relieves the liability and reduces the risk of lost accounts and lost estate value for the attorney and their clients by keeping the digital property visible and accessible for effective estate administration.

DCS’s exclusive platform reduces the risk for lawyers and fiduciaries charged with managing digital property owned by estates or individuals. DCS systems comply with regulations and content provider policies, minimizing liabilities associated with identifying and distributing financial assets.

DCS does more than solve the digital assets problem. When a younger client comes into an estate planning firm, they expect the same level of connectivity and tech that they see in every other area of their lives. The attorney with DCS Pro has an advantage with younger clients who are more conscious of digital assets and comfortable with technology solutions.

See the full list of The National Law Journal’s LegalTech Trailblazers here. The DCS profile is on page 23.

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