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Negotiate tab improvements

The Negotiate tab now has a different organization and fewer entries, thus making the most important ones easier to find. Take a look at the new menu, shown below. It is now organized by task — What If, Spousal Maintenance, Property Division, Arrears — rather than by source of income. It should now be faster…

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CARES Act

We have made the following updates for the Coronavirus response legislation known as the CARES Act. Rebate. We automatically calculate and apply the rebate that is coming to most Americans (typically $1,200 + $500 per child). You can see the calculated amount in the Wage-Like Income section. Child support. In today’s release, the CARES Act…

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After-Tax Property Division

As you know, a 50/50 division of assets may NOT be fair, because the after-tax picture can be very different. Family Law Software includes the very valuable feature of enabling you to help the parties reach an agreement on dividing their assets on an after-tax basis.

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General

Optimizing Technical Support

If you have a question on a file, you can easily send the file to tech support. Just click Files & Settings > Help/Support > Send Us Your File. Below are several other valuable tips on how you can get the best possible technical support. Please forward this to everyone in your office who uses…

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General

Arrears

How often does it happen that your client is owed child support and/or maintenance and you need to find the full amount, including interest? Family Law Software can answer that question. Here’s how: Click Negotiate > Support Arrears. Please forward this e-mail to everyone in your office who uses Family Law Software. Below are details…

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Massachusetts

MA Updates: Form 301, Child Support, Court Forms, and more

These enhancements include: Massachusetts Long and Short Forms. Online client data entry. Probate Court forms. Child Support and “What If.” Easier data The software is available for Windows, Mac or Cloud.Family Law is all we do and all we have done for over 20 years.If you are looking for solid software for your family law…

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Illinois

Income Shares is Here: Now What?

Implementation Questions and Some Possible Answers

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Illinois

Income Shares: New Rules for Child Support Guidelines

Illinois is finally joining the 41+ other states and territories which have switched to looking at both parents’ incomes in determining child support. This is a major change in how child support is computed, and may change what we see as results in the amount of child support awarded in our cases. This article will…