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For Immediate Release 6 March, 2010
GLOBAL WILLS ANNOUNCES RE-BRANDING OF ITS BUSINESS NAME AND ITS GLOBAL-WILLS ESTATE PLANNING PRODUCT LINE
Global-Wills.com announced today the re-branding of both its business name and its entire estate planning product range under the name of Enodare. Capitalizing on more than 10 years of providing estate planning books, legal kits, legal forms, online software and offline software to customers in various international destinations, the new name seeks to bring the company’s various estate planning businesses and their related product offerings together under one internationally recognizable brand name.
The rebranding will take place first in the United States and will be rolled out to Enodare’s operations in Canada, Australia, the UK and Ireland.
Enodare offers one of the broadest lines of self-help estate planning products worldwide. All products were developed by Enodare. Enodare’s suite now includes books, legal kits, legal forms, online software and offline software. Their catalogue of products extends to include:
Enodare will use the re-branding as a platform to launch a number of new estate planning products including its Will Writer software which will come to the market in April 2010.
Enodare is an international self help legal publisher founded in 2000 by lawyers from one of the most prestigious international law firms in the World. Its aim was simple - to provide access to very quality legal information and products at an affordable price. Enodare’s Will Writing software was first published that year and, following its adaptation to cater for the legal systems of over 30 countries worldwide, quickly drew in excess of 40,000 visitors per month to its websites. From this humble start, Enodare has quickly grown to become a leading international estate planning and asset protection self help publisher with in excess of 150 legal titles in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Ireland and a total of 6 different estate planning websites.
For further information on this rebranding, simply contact Enodare via its website.