Eclipse implements its Proclaim Case Management Software solution at boutique Bognor Regis firm, MJR Solicitors

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28 September 2016


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Mark Riley, solicitor specialising in probate services

Eclipse Legal Systems, the sole law society endorsed legal software provider, is implementing its Proclaim Case Management Software solution at new start-up, MJR Solicitors.

The practice was established by Mark Riley, an experienced solicitor specialising in probate services. Based in Bognor Regis, MJR Solicitors is a boutique and friendly firm offering a truly personalised service to both private and commercial clients.

A considerable amount of probate work is administrative and necessitates heavy document production. As a new start-up, MJR Solicitors recognised the need to implement Eclipse’s Proclaim Case Management Software solution to streamline these processes and enhance profitability from inception.

The Proclaim Probate Case Management system will eliminate time-consuming duplicate data entry through its integrated document management system. MJR Solicitors will benefit from fast document production, including hundreds of precedents that can be added to and amended whenever required. Additionally, any incoming mail can be quickly scanned and linked to the relevant client matter.

Furthermore, Proclaim will complete the relevant IHT forms based upon data entered in the case, and at the click of a button, MJR Solicitors will be able to view the preparation of the complete estate accounts, saving hours of repetitive data entry and time-sapping administration.

Mark Riley, owner and principal of MJR Solicitors, comments:

“As a sole practitioner, it was vital I selected the correct legal software provider. Eclipse’s Proclaim solution will enable me to automate a huge number of processes, meaning I can focus on the legal aspect of my business, rather than maintaining technology.

“Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, Eclipse has been fantastic throughout the entire implementation process, and the service I’ve received completely reinforces the company’s market leading reputation.”

 

 



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