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Start Software is an award-winning developer and leading publisher of asbestos software, systems for the legal services industry and more.

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Start Software (for Alpha Legal) joins the UK Legal Tech Association

We're really pleased to announce that we have joined the UK Legal Tech Association, UKLTA.

Alpha Legal is Start Software's latest software product, aimed directly at will writers, solicitors, estate agents and IFAs.  It helps legal advisors to communicate securely & easily with their clients, sharing documents, requesting signatures, and collecting sensitive information such as ID documentation.

Robin Bennett, Director said:

 “We’re really pleased to join UKLTA at the same time as launching Alpha Legal, our latest web service for the UK legal industry". Robin created the UK’s first successful will writing software, Will Writer for Windows, and has software businesses in the UK, Australia and the US. “UKLTA is a great space to share ideas and to introduce new technology to the industry and we’re looking forward to being active members in 2021 and beyond.”

For more information about Alpha Legal, or to sign up for a no-risk trial, go to https://www.alphalegal.co.uk/


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