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The Professional Evaluation Edition is full featured and may be used for
from the time of installation. Reports
printed from the trial edition will indicate that an evaluation copy is
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|Price for license after trial:
After your trial we will offer you an
opportunity to subscribe. We will not charge
you unless and until you accept this offer
and give us your billing information. A Full
Edition license costs $50/month plus a
one-time charge of
$99. A Basic Edition
license costs $25/month plus a one-time
charge of $99. If your firm needs more than
three licenses, please call 877-477-5488. Licenses allow for
multiple installations (see below).
Multiple installations. We charge
"per attorney," not "per machine." So
a licensed subscriber may install the
software on his or her or computer, and a
paralegal's computer, and an administrative
assistant's computer, and his or her laptop,
and his or her home computer, all under a
single license. A second professional should
purchase a second license.
We offer free unlimited technical support
by phone and e-mail, even for the trial
We offer free updates to the software
when there are changes to federal or state
Platforms and Networking. The
software runs on Windows and
Macintosh. The software works on any
Windows network and in a Citrix environment.
Full vs Basic Edition. The Basic
Edition may be suitable for some attorneys
(but not financial planners) and includes
child support guidelines, financial
affidavits, and pension valuation.
The Full Edition contains everything in the
Basic Edition, plus:
- Equitable distribution worksheet.
- Marital and separate property
- "He Said/She Said" worksheet.
- Alimony present value report.
- Alimony what-If.
- Alimony calculators.
- Optimization of filing status and
- Detailed budgeting.
- Detailed federal income tax
- Report of state tax estimates.
- Tax-effected property division.
- Cash flow projections.
- Net worth projections.
- Intact-family property report.
- Child support vs alimony trade-off