Probate Services & Software


Hoowla

1 January 2024

Hoowla is an easy-to-use case management system designed specifically for conveyancers, property solicitors, and other legal professionals in the UK.


Fraser and Fraser

1 October 2021

Fraser and Fraser is one of the UK’s largest firms of professional genealogists and international probate researchers celebrating over 50 years within the industry, and is a corporate member of APR (Association of Probate Researchers). We assist in specialist research… Read More


Osprey Approach

1 June 2021

Osprey Approach provides software solutions that help lawyers maximise their time, improve profitability and deliver excellent client service.


Perfect Portal

5 February 2021

Perfect Portal is a new business management system that empowers legal professionals to take advantage of every opportunity through a convenient, fully integrated and easy to use online platform. Whether the firm is looking to speed up their quoting process,… Read More


Finders International

1 April 2016

Finders International was established by Managing Director Daniel Curran in 1997. Nowadays we are more commonly known as ‘Heir Hunters’ following our high profile appearances on BBC1’s popular daytime show ‘Heir Hunters’. Numerous appearances in the press and on radio and TV have… Read More


OneAdvanced

3 October 2011

OneAdvanced is the third largest provider of business software and services in the UK, and has been providing solutions across the entire legal sector for decades. We are the number one choice for Cloud legal software, and offer solicitors and… Read More


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