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Family Law Software can calculate child support guideline amounts in 21 states.

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Question: How does Family Law Software compare to FinPlan?

Answer: Family Law Software is both easier and more powerful. Specifically:

  • Family Law Software is easier to use.
  • Family Law Software has all the key entries for the Child Support calculation on a single screen.
  • Family Law Software contains an easy-to-use calculation of the amount of spousal support needed to cover a recipient’s budget.
  • Family Law Software contains an easy-to-use calculation of the amount of spousal support needed to reach a 50/50 division of cash after taxes.
  • Family Law Software's equitable distribution is completely integrated and easy to use.
  • Family Law Software has much more detailed budgeting and much more complete data entries for the tax calculation.
  • Family Law Software has the capability for clients to enter their information online and send it electronically.
  • Family Law Software generates a defined pension benefit valuation that is as actuarially accurate as any appraiser.
  • Family Law Software allows you to do cash flow projections for up to 50 years in the future.
  • On the financial form, Family Law Software allows you to print footnotes with each line item.
  • Family Law Software has numerous charts and graphs for such things as Income after support and taxes, Alimony Needed, Who Should Claim Exemptions, Best Filing Status, and more.
  • Family Law Software does get the same child support result as FinPlan, given the same inputs.
  • Family Law Software installs via download and is easy to install on multiple computers (no charge for paralegals or administrative assistants).
  • Family Law Software runs on both Windows and Macintosh.

In our experience, virtually every FinPlan subscriber who has tried Family Law Software has switched to Family Law Software.

You may see for yourself, by downloading a free trial copy of Family Law Software here.
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