If you’ve been following our blog for a while, then you know the familiar rave against government forms. Divorce forms are a particularly curious piece of work. For example, in New Jersey, the various sections of a Financial Affidavit for divorce are indexed by number or letter- not using a far more sensible, humanized system.
It’s as if we were living in a 21 st century of robot divorcé(e)s.
To keep things streamlined (if not absolutely simple) for our customers, Easysoft’s wildly popular CIS (Case Information Statement) also collected your clients’ data under indexed tabs. The tabs’ labels were-you guessed it-numbers and letters, in deference to the New Jersey form.
Before, you’d have to go into each section separately to enter child support information, case management information, etc.
But then, we woke up from the universal robot dream.
Now, CIS, New Jersey’s most popular family law software , presents a new, Consolidated Case Info section. It’s easy to find, and it indexes your data collection efforts by the very-human, very simple name of the party- not by robot number.
For our attorney clients, this makes things far more intuitive.
There are now tabs for general information, court information, plaintiff’s information, defendant, children, your firm, opposing counsel, miscellaneous parties, and even miscellaneous values. All of the tabs are located in the same spot in the software. You needn’t hunt, click in and out, tear your hair, or turn into an automated robot to track anything down: it’s all right there at your fingertips.
Easy. Just like we always promise.
To learn more about our entire suite of family law software, call 800-905-7638. We promise you’ll get a person on the line who can answer all of your questions.