Quill Forms just got even better


For those who haven’t yet heard about our 2,000+ forms library, there’s never been a more fitting time to welcome you to Quill Forms.

Our extensive catalogue of sorted-by-specialism legal forms is handily accessed straight from Interactive and powered by FormEvo.

What’s new?

For those already familiar with Quill Forms, welcome to what’s new! You see, we’re always enhancing and adding functionality, and strengthening integration between Interactive and FormEvo. The reason for this development focus is simple: to streamline your user experience and empower you to work less yet get more done.

How can Quill Forms help me?

First up, if you’re wondering what Quill Forms already does, how’s this for starters… centrally stored essential forms in your Interactive ‘Document Hub’, auto-populated practice details into form fields, securely shared forms with clients or counsel, electronic submissions to the likes of HMRC and Companies House, and optional bundling for speedy court pack production?

This will save you time, increase accuracy, improve collaboration, comply with government agency requirements respectively and prepare for court with ease.

It’s worth noting here that this is by no means an exhaustive list of what you can do within Quill Forms currently. If you’re keen to learn more about the tools already at your fingertips, visit here.

Sampling of forms

In the meantime, here’s just a sampling of the most popular forms available to you through Quill Forms:

MR01 Companies house eSubmit – register particulars of a mortgage or charge
MR04 Use this form to register a statement of satisfaction in full or in part of a mortgage or charge against a company.
TA6 The Law Society’s Property Information Form, also known as TA6, is completed by a property seller to give a potential buyer detailed information about the property being sold.
IHT 400 Inheritance Tax
TA10 Fitting and Contents form
TR1 Registered Titles(S) Whole transfer
TA13 Completion information and requisitions on title
N1 Used to start a civil claim
TA7 Leasehold Information Form
SCS1 Appeal a social security benefits decision (Notice of appeal)
LL MR01 Particulars of a charge created by a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
LPE1 Leasehold Property Enquires
D8 Application for a divorce, dissolution or (judicial) separation
IHT205 Inheritance Tax – Return of estate information
IHT421 Inheritance Tax – Probate Summary
IHT406 Inheritance Tax – Bank and Building Society Accounts
IHT407 Inheritance Tax – Household and Personal Goods
IHT411 Inheritance Tax – listed stocks and shares
IHT405 Houses, land, buildings and interests in land
IHT410 Inheritance Tax – life assurance and annuities
IHT402 Inheritance Tax – claim to transfer unused nil rate band
IHT435 Claim the residence nil rate band
IHTC4 Use Form C4 to correct the Inheritance Tax paid on Form IHT400.
IHT404 Inheritance Tax – jointly owned assets
IHT403 Inheritance Tax – gifts and other transfers of value

About the Forms integration:

Our development team has been busy integrating FormEvo, so now everything can be easily accessed through Quill’s Interactive Cloud via the ‘Document Hub’ or ‘Case Documents’ areas. No need to switch platforms anymore!

You can download forms as PDFs onto your desktop, plus see the status of all your live forms within the Interactive suite, be it new, draft, pending or complete. This provides a firmer hold on case progress and clearer audit trail of the various form versions. That’s a huge time saver on its own.

Next up, here’s a teaser of what’s to come – further form integration and even more prepopulated fields. Along with that, you’ll be able to save PDF copy of forms in their accompanying case folders. This will make managing matters and version control even easier.

Why Quill Forms?

The bottom line is this… we’re dedicated to making your daily work that much smarter, faster and better by hosting everything in one convenient place – that’s your case files, matter documents, contact database, accounting and financial information and, now, legal forms. No repetitive data input. No risk of human error. No disorganisation. No late submissions. No inefficient processes. No running of multiple systems.