You know the law but do you know your law software? Easysoft has designed Divorce Financials, our family law software, to be an intuitive and helpful tool for any divorce practice. We also offer an assortment of support options to help you get the most from the software.
Free Demo – Try before you buy. This family law software free download lets you test out Divorce Financials for as long as you like. You have a chance to learn the software by using it before you spend a penny. Give it a full workout, test it with real divorce cases and find out for yourself if this software fits your family law practice.
Embedded Help – Confused by something? Press F1 and get access to a fully indexed and searchable help document that takes you through every feature in the software. We cover everything from how to install and activate the software to how to enter case information to how to generate alimony and child support analyses.
PDF Manual – Press Control-M to bring up a full software manual. Read it online, email it to other users throughout the practice, or print it out so you can read it at your leisure.
Free Training – The Easysoft website has a number of easy-to-follow training videos on Divorce Financials, other family law products (EzSupport, Case Information Statement) and all of our legal practice management software titles. View these short informational videos from the comfort of your own computer, and watch them as many times as you need to.
Technical Support – Our online technical support system offers step-by-step solutions for common error messages or other problems. We also offer basic instruction on tasks like exchanging data between Divorce Financials information and CIS. If you don’t find your answer here, then you can submit a ticket and one of our support experts will get in touch with you shortly.
Our Blog – We regularly publish helpful articles on our divorce software and our other products. These post might contain helpful tips on how to use Divorce Financials more effectively, observations on how changes in the law affect the software, pointers to often-overlooked tools or announcements of new products or features.