Family Law Hub

Learn how to better manage your family forms and orders while improving consistency and efficiency

Manage your family court forms and orders effectively and efficiently, whether you are at home, in the office or out and about. Quantum, our well known and well used family forms package, has been full rebuilt for the cloud - with improved security and time saving features. Learn how the program can be used to enhance your practice and revolutionise the way you complete your family forms and orders.


  • For this video, Hannah Smith, Marketing Coordinator at Class Legal, was joined by our Legal Editor, Melissa Chapman and long term Quantum user, Norman Taylor, Consultant at Jones Myers.

    Alongside comments from Norman, Melissa showcases the key components of Quantum Cloud which can aid practitioners in their day-to-day work.

    We cover:

    • Working remotely and flexibly
      - It can be used and accessed anywhere so it is perfect for home working
      - Easy to share or collaborate on cases with colleagues
    • Paperless working
      - Works perfectly with electronic bundling
    • Easy to use
      - Suits people who are working from home with less support staff available on hand
    • Specialist and expert functionality, from years of experience
      - Data is transferred between forms
      - Calculations are done automatically for you
      - All currencies and exchange rates are handled for you
      - Forms are flexible with expandable fields and additional notes boxes throughout
      - Additional tools include chronology, schedule of assets and family orders
    • Cloud based system reduces need for as much IT support and ensures data is completely secure
      - All updates are automatic
    Find out more about Quantum Cloud here

Webcast, published: 21/10/2020

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Published: 21/10/2020

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