Linetime case management system implemented in Wrigleys Court of Protection team

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3 April 2017


Wrigleys Solicitors, a leading specialist law firm, has contracted with Linetime for the supply of their Liberate case management system.

Robert Porter, Wrigleys IT Manager “We were tasked with researching systems for our Court of Protection team. As well as searching for a system able to deliver the business’s technical requirement, the brief was very clear that the supplier must have a solid reputation for project delivery. Throughout the tender process, Linetime demonstrated the characteristics we required.”

The Liberate system will be implemented within Wrigley’s Court of Protection team to support a number of work streams. These include Deputyships, Gifting, Statutory Wills, and Trust and Court of Protection Administration.

Tony Klejnow, Linetime’s Managing Director, “We have been working with Wrigleys to carry out a proof of concept. This provided the end user team with the confidence Liberate would deliver to their exacting specification.  An important element in securing the firm’s business is Liberates ability to integrate with the firm’s existing accounting system and client and matter inception process.”

Wrigleys Solicitors employ 200 staff in offices in Leeds and Sheffield specialising in estate planning, charities & social economy, education, agriculture, pensions and Court of Protection.



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