Printing Settlement Forms From The Cloud

Cloud is the hot buzzword for computer software lately. Cloud-based software gives users more flexibility by not tying them to specific computers, operating systems or locations. The cloud version of Easy HUD, Easy Soft’s HUD settlement statement software, allows real estate agents and attorneys to access a client’s information and…

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Case Management Tools For Easy CIS Preparation

New Jersey family law attorneys don’t just plug a few numbers into a form and mail it off. Firms may handle dozens of divorces at the same time and some of these cases may drag on for months. You need legal practice management software that not only helps you complete…

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How Can I Get Attorneys To Keep Accurate Expense Reports?

The legal profession is a mobile one. Attorneys often meet with clients over lunch, at client homes, in conference rooms and, of course, in court. Lawyers accrue billable hours as well as running up expenses such as meals and mileage. Tracking these expenses for accurate billing can be a headache.…

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CISLite Lets The Client Do The Work

The initial client interview is, of course, an important step in preparing a divorce case in New Jersey. Attorneys need to gather a great deal of information not only to handle the case successfully but also to complete the needed state forms, specifically the Case Information Statement (NJ). Nowadays traditional…

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Breaking Down The Net Worth Statement

Complete and correct financial information is essential to a divorce case. The NY statement of net worth is the key document used in divorces in that state. Unfortunately this form is long and tedious and both attorneys and clients dread completing it. The secret is to take it a section…

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The Trip To The Cloud Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

We have loyal Easy TimeBill customers who’ve been with Easy Soft for many years. They’ve used our attorney time and billing software from version to version. Nowadays when it’s time to upgrade the software or renew a license they can choose to continue using the desktop version or to convert…

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Divorce Three Ways: Tools For Every Attorney

Every family law attorney has an individual way of doing things. You have your own preferences regarding where you meet with clients, how you gather information and even the way you manage your divorce settlement statement software. To support the myriad ways attorneys do business we offer three versions of…

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Even Natural Disasters Can’t Halt Divorces

Hurricane Sandy left some New York family law attorneys in a difficult position. Their computers were under water so they couldn’t access case files and in some cases the backup vendor was under water as well! That left them scrambling to recreate all of the work involved in New York…

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Cloud Software: The Better Choice For Non-Nerds

Over our twenty years of business we’ve seen computer operating systems and software become friendlier to the people out there who don’t have Computer Science degrees. Unfortunately you still need some technical know how–or access to someone with know how–to install, update and maintain software. That has been a limiting…

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Can You Trust Your Trusts To The Cloud?

The transition to cloud software makes some attorneys nervous. Client confidentiality is core to the legal practice, especially for tasks such as trust fund accounting. Is it really safe to use cloud-based legal billing and accounting software? Absolutely. In fact, it’s probably safer than using desktop tools. Think about it…

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Protect Your Divorce With Life Insurance

OK, let’s be honest–it’s not that unusual when going through a divorce to wish something bad happens to your ex. Of course in practical reality, what happens to the divorce financial settlement if the payor dies? The obligation dies with the spouse and that can leave the recipient in a…

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