The Uncommon Solution for Common Data Repetition

If legislatures were lawyer-friendly, they would develop one, comprehensive form for the universal data of every divorce case.

Instead, lawyers, paralegals, secretaries, and parties must fill in numerous forms, containing largely repetitive information.  Name of each party, Name of each child, Date of birth and Social Security Numbers for all.  From captions to signature lines, the repetition of data in divorce cases is mind-numbing.

Fortunately, what the legislatures won’t do, Easy Soft has done, and that’s eliminate the repetition.  With Easy Soft’s divorce settlement program, only once do you have to input core information for each case.  This divorce settlement software populates all the repetitions of the same information into each one of the different forms.

Let’s take an example from the Arizona family law forms program.  This divorce settlement program generates all of its forms from a common set of data.  You only have to enter once the information for the mother, father, children, addresses, date of marriage, attorneys, and other common data.

Then, you go to the family documents section, select the form you want to produce and this family law software will merge your data set into the selected form.  If you haven’t filled in all the necessary fields, you’ll get a reminder from this family law program to complete the remaining information.

What do you do if you’re using Easy Soft’s Pennsylvania family law software, and ‘Michelle’ is misspelled ‘Michele’ or ‘Alan’ is misspelled ‘Allen?’  Instead of having to go line-by-line through each document, hoping that you’ll spot all the errors, simply go back to the family law program’s common document data set and make your correction in one field, one time.  This universal correction feature saves you both time and money because “fix error” is not what any client wants to see as a billable time charge.

With Easy Soft’s divorce settlement software feature of single entry for commonly used data, you can stop repeating yourself and start efficiently moving your cases forward.