Morgan Drexen Surpasses Competition, Impresses Lawyers With Bankruptcy Software

Automated Bankruptcy Module Works in Harmony With Existing MDIS Legal Support Software Platform; Allows for "One-Touch" Online Filing in Some Jurisdictions

Costa Mesa, California, UNITED STATES

COSTA MESA, Calif., May 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Morgan Drexen Integrated Systems (, a leading provider of software and support services to businesses across America, has added another innovative layer to its integrated software services. The Automated Bankruptcy Module (ABM) dramatically simplifies and automates many of the critical and time-consuming tasks required of today's bankruptcy attorneys. The software allows bankruptcy attorneys who use Morgan Drexen's software services to easily and seamlessly integrate their existing attorney client data into a bankruptcy module that allows for the efficient processing and filing of bankruptcy petitions. Prominent features of ABM include:

  • Ability to access debtor information from existing client files managed on the Morgan Drexen Integrated Systems (MDIS) platform
  • Ability to access bankruptcy attorney information
  • Ability to access creditor information
  • Ability for attorneys who use Morgan Drexen to access the software on the MDIS platform at any time through their attorney portal for review, acceptance, and dynamic revisions to the bankruptcy petition
  • Ability for attorneys to instantly send instructions and log notes to their petition processors, paralegals, and bankruptcy liaisons
  • Ability to access one-touch electronic filing of petitions in select states

"As our company began to flourish in 2009, I thought it was time to return to a project that began during 2007, the first year of the company's existence," explains Walter Ledda, Morgan Drexen CEO. "In June of 2010, I announced the roll out of an initiative for Morgan Drexen to expand its services to include a national bankruptcy support group. I wanted our bankruptcy tools and services to rival the best that existed in the industry. In 2009, I committed company resources and sent a directive to our software development group to begin development. What resulted is a sophisticated and powerful component of our MDIS system. Frankly, I think ABM now serves as the new industry standard."

The Automated Bankruptcy Module is proving to be a popular draw for the nearly 100 bankruptcy attorneys who utilize the support services of Morgan Drexen.

"The ability to quickly and easily import data directly into the bankruptcy software and integrate paralegal and paraprofessional support is what sets this system apart from the competition," says bankruptcy attorney Nancy Jin. "ABM offers numerous other advantages, including the ability for attorneys to access the software online and to utilize one touch electronic filing."

About Morgan Drexen:

Morgan Drexen ( provides integrated software systems and administrative support services to businesses nationwide. Founded in 2007, the company specializes in developing back-office efficiencies for small law firms and other businesses. Morgan Drexen's proprietary MDIS software improves workflow through the use of automated document management. In addition to computer technology, Morgan Drexen provides law firms and other businesses with marketing, marketing support, call centers, outsourced litigation support, databases, work-product retrieval systems and cloud-computing platforms facilitated by the company's outsourced support staff. Morgan Drexen employs more than 300 professionals out of its headquarters in Costa Mesa, CA. 


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