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What are the benefits ?
Many law firms have used LFS as an invaluable tool to
help them market their conveyancing departments. They have seen that agents
want to be able to instruct several law firms from one central site and be able
to track the progress of matters without having to constantly switch systems.
Equally when updated regularly agents can start to rely on the system for
information rather than constantly telephone lawyers for updates which can be
frustrating for all concerned.
The lawyer does not have to pay third party panel
management fees nor do they engage in law firm audits or penalty system which
are common place amongst some of the larger conveyancing panels.
Finally the system gives even the smallest law firms the
ability to compete with conveyancing factories by offering agents a state of
the art tracking facility and the ability to pay and receive any level of
Agents can then receive valuable extra income via
referral fees which are becoming an essential part of modern day business.
What are the costs ?
The LFS product only levies a fee when a transaction is
completed and this is typical between £15 and £30 dependent up on the number of
referrals This is charged the law firm along with any referral fee to be paid
to the agent. We do not dictate either conveyancing charges or the level of any
referral fee. These are negotiated directly between the agent and the lawyer
and the programmed into the system.
Our only other charge is an initial set up and training
fee for lawyers who are new to our system of £599 + VAT.
Welcome to Law Firm Services Ltd. Since 2003 we have
become synonymous with providing world class software solutions to the UK
property industry. Our dedicated team help estate agents and law firms, work
more closely together, maximizing potential benefits and ensuring consumers can
gain access to some of the countries leading conveyancing suppliers. Innovation
is critical to our development and we are constantly reviewing the market to
bring new solutions to the problems faced by the industry.
You can follow our founding director on Twitter
@richardmathias Or read his blog on http://rjmathias.wordpress.com