Some news from a fast growing Australian Legal Tech taking the world by storm. Settify have announced an integration with LEAP and have provided some more information on the product and what it means for firms using LEAP.
Firms using LEAP can now save hundreds of hours each year by intelligently gathering information from clients online and populating their matters automatically, thanks to a new integration with Settify.
Founded in Melbourne in 2017 and now a global brand, Settify has established its position as the world’s leading technology used to ‘onboard’ family law clients. Accessible via firms’ websites or by invitation, Settify offers an intelligent online interview, putting clients at ease and gathering their key background information.
This new integration will enable firms that use LEAP to open files and populate them with key documents and matter details that their client has provided via Settify, with a simple click of a button. Lawyers and staff at law firms have served up rave reviews. “I usually spend half an hour of my time setting up a file in LEAP. I’d be saving hours across the year with this” reports lawyer Alanna of Northcote Lawyers in Melbourne.
“Oh my god, it’s awesome. It used to take me at least 20 minutes to create a matter in LEAP, and now it’s literally one click of a button. I love it, and now I can spend my time on better things!” reports legal assistant Madeleine at DA Family Law in Brisbane.
According to a former family lawyer turned Settify co-founder, Max Paterson “Every firm that uses LEAP and has a family law practice should benefit from this. Now you can impress clients, offer amazing first meetings where you’re fully briefed, and run a truly efficient Family Law practice, supported by great tech.”
Legal Practice Intelligence has a video interview with Settify co-founder Max Paterson and Global CEO Paul Psaltis that will be published later in the week; this has some interesting insights for law firms.
Learn more at www.settify.com.au
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