Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm celebrating 90 years in business, is pleased to announce that the firm’s Real Estate Default Group
has successfully implemented the industry’s most innovative case management platform, CaseAware
Offered by leading technology services provider a360inc
, CaseAware is designed specifically for law firms serving the real estate marketplace. The system delivers cutting-edge automation and integration tools, allowing the Weltman Real Estate Default Group to streamline processes and provide the most efficient and compliant service to clients.
“The CaseAware implementation will support the continued growth of our practice area, especially once the nationwide moratorium on evictions and foreclosures gets lifted,” said Benjamin Hoen
, managing partner of the Weltman Real Estate Default Group. “Not only will the platform empower our attorneys to do their jobs more effectively, but it will ensure our clients receive the highest quality representation and compliance available.”
The Weltman team plans to utilize the CaseAware platform’s top features, including smoother integrations with vendors, advanced timeline tracking and reporting mechanics, and improved audit technology. With the firm’s large, nationwide footprint, these tools will optimize processes and communications across multiple offices and attorneys.
“Our team welcomes the opportunity to utilize technology that transforms essential functions for the better,” said Allyson Fuller-Moore
, director of the Weltman Real Estate Default Group. “Ultimately, this shift will drive strong results for our firm and, most importantly, our valued clients.”
While many law firms struggle to pivot toward modern technology, Weltman embraces the need to evolve amid these turbulent times. The firm remains more committed than ever to investing in the advancement and future success of its core practice areas.
If you have a real estate question or need, the Weltman team is here and ready to support you.
This announcement is not a solicitation for business and it is not intended to constitute legal advice on specific matters, create an attorney-client relationship or be legally binding in any way.