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Contacts

Articles about working in Contacts

How to search for a contact

You can use the search box at the top of the Contact section, or in places where the system has a field to search for a particular Contact, to look up a record. You can search for a Contact using the person’s {first name}, {last name}, {email}, {alien number} or {custom search tag}. As you type the third character, the system will [...]

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How to Fill out Form Search Fields

Lolly Law has a time saving approach to filling out forms by using information you already have in Contacts. Forms will often ask you to search for and select a contact rather than write out an individuals information over and over again across forms.  (i.e. Spouse, Child) For example, if a form asks “Search for and select your [...]

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Set Custom Tags for Contacts

Lolly will allow for a unique tag to be set for each contact.  This is an OPTIONAL tag that can be used to search for the contact.  This is in addition to their ‘first name’, ‘last name’, ’email’ and ‘Alien Number’ which are also ways to search. To set a custom search tag Open the Contact [...]

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Marking a Contact as a Contracted Client

Because the system allows you to collect data on any person and organization for use in consultations, cases, forms and other areas, it can grow into a lot of records.  Sometimes you will want to distinguish Contacts that are also your contracted clients.  When opening a new matter, the system will automatically mark the first Contact [...]

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What is a Contact Type?

Contacts are records that keep information about people or organizations.  At this time, the only distinction made for a “type” of Contact is whether it is a [Person] or an [Organization]. Person A [Person] type will assume the Contact has such attributes as a “first name”, “last name”,  “date of [...]

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