Legal technology’s move to streamline what were once manual administrative tasks is having an interesting side effect: empowering consumers to do some of the legal leg work themselves.

EstateExec, for instance, acts a project management tool for estate settlement, working to streamline administrative and financial tasks usually handled by an estate executor’s lawyer. The solution provides users with interactive checklists covering tasks that need to be done after one has passed on, providing schedules and deadlines, and explaining to the executor his or her responsibilities, legal rights and compensation.

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