By Legal Futures Associate Redbrick Solutions
Making the digital AP1 transition is smooth and easy with Redbrick Solutions as they streamline your digital AP1 process in line with new HMLR guidelines.
Submitting and managing your AP1s directly through Redbrick’s Conveyancing Case Management software provides an efficient solution for clients. Redbrick have provided a quick and simple electronic Document Registration Service (e-DRS) process so submitting AP1s, receiving acknowledgment and any requisitions required are all captured in Redbrick, so you don’t have to leave the software.
Redbrick Solutions conveyancing case management software helps law firms save time and money by assisting users at every step of the legal process, from the initial estimate through to invoicing the client and collecting monies. It produces letters, legal forms, bills, and statements in seconds and manages risk via a transparent to-do list visible to case owners with third-party links built in.
Going beyond the industry standard legal case management software available on the market, Redbrick offers a ‘one-stop shop’ solution. Conveyancing law firms benefit from the numerous integrations such as an online quoting tool, SDLT, Outlook, Word, AML, Searches, Land Registry, Legal Forms Library, a reporting module, and secure (2FA) document sharing with digital signatures and case tracking portal.
Work with a partner you can trust to make the digital AP1 switch easy and:
- increase efficiency
- improve accuracy
- save valuable time
- increase transparency
- increase submission visibility
Jo Hodges, Director of Redbrick Solutions comments,
“Continuously evolving our conveyancing case management solution is crucial to benefit our clients, and our efficient e-DRS process assists them to work in the most productive way possible. Our technology removes the challenge of moving to digital submissions and supports our clients to improve accuracy and save valuable time.”
Ensure you are digital AP1 ready and contact the Redbrick team to make the transition now.