The New Arken Instruction Hub is Digitally Transforming the Estate Planning Professional’s Client Interactions

Arken Legal, part of the Arken Group of companies, has launched a ground-breaking new platform that digitises the estate planning solicitor’s client interactions. 

The Arken Instruction Hub represents a leap forward in client engagement, instruction taking, quoting, document sharing/approval and more, empowering firms to significantly enhance efficiency. 

In today’s digital world people expect digital services and the Arken Instruction Hub will enable estate planning firms to deliver a modern, forward-thinking experience for their clients. It will help them reach new demographics that expect digital convenience… and with an estimated £5.5 trillion passing through generations over the next 30 years via inheritance, this sectors’ target client is changing.  

Estate planning is all over the headlines, with inheritance tax now a hot, political topic. More families are hitting the tax thresholds, more are gifting money to family members impacted by the cost-of-living crisis and more require long-term healthcare and health plans. Estate planning is part of a family’s financial wellbeing, now more than ever.  

This new tool has been developed by a renowned team of estate planning and technology experts, who have been serving their industry for over 30 years. Their latest innovation will redefine how advisors and clients interact. David Newick, CEO of Arken Legal commented:

“At Arken, we’re on a mission to change the way the world manages estate planning and inheritance. Death is a painful subject, but planning for it shouldn’t be and tomorrow’s estate planning professional will need to innovate to meet the changing needs of the market. The Arken Instruction Hub drives efficiencies where they’re most needed and enables firms to deliver an enhanced customer service. We’re delighted to introduce it to our market.”

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