January 3, 2005; 05:50 AM
Berkeley, CA - (DomainInformer) - January 3, 2005 - DomainMart, a leading provider of domain-name protection services, today announced the introduction of a domain-name inheritance planning service. "Domain-name inheritance planning might seem unnecessary, but it is a prudent move, without which total strangers eventually end up grabbing your valuable assets," says Alex Tajirian, DomainMart President and CEO.
DomainMart develops individual solutions to help owners assign their domain-name inheritance according to their wishes and in the most economical way possible.
If the domain names are part of a will, DomainMart works with the trustee to make the transfer painless. Otherwise, prior to their expiration DomainMart notifies the owner. If the owner does not respond to DomainMart's inquires, they contact the assignees and proceed to implement the owner's wishes. "Thus, the service indirectly acts as a registration renewal insurance policy too," adds Tajirian. Owners can cancel the service or modify the instructions at any time.
DomainMart is a pioneer in providing domain-name secondary-market services, including appraisal/valuation, leasing management, escrow, and protection since 1996.
For more information, please visit http://domainmart.com/protect/DomainNameInheritancePlanning.htm