Family Law Software makes it easier to create guidelines and the Massachusetts Financial Statement. You will be more efficient and more profitable. And you will achieve better client outcomes.

The features on this page are specific to Massachusetts and are in addition to the features shown on our Home page.

Click here for a 50-second overview and here for a 5-minute video introduction to Family Law Software for Massachusetts.

Completely integrated Form 301 (Rule 401) Financial Statement

Data you enter for child support flows to the Form 301 (Rule 401) Financial Statement as well as the Child Support Guidelines Worksheet.

Long and Short Financial Statements (Form 301 / Rule 401)

You enter data on our data entry screens. When it comes time to print, the software will pick the long or short Financial Statement form based on the party’s income. You can also choose to print either form.

Full Suite of Probate Court Family Law forms

In addition to the financial forms, the software has a full complement of Probate Court forms, including the following:

  • C-JD-101 4/1/2007 Complaint for Divorce
  • C-JD-101A 9/1/2007 Joint Petition for Divorce GL 208 1A
  • C-JD-101B 4/1/2007 Complaint for Divorce GL 208 1B
  • C-JD-102 4/1/2007 Complaint for Separate Support
  • C-JD-107 8/1/2009 Complaint for Support GL 209 32F
  • C-JD-201 11/1/2016 Answer to Complaint for Divorce
  • C-JD-202 11/1/2016 Counterclaim for Divorce Action
  • C-JD-305 9/15/2017 Child Support and Post-Secondary Education
  • R-408 12/1/2014 Report of Absolute Divorce or Annulment
  • AIB 4/1/2007 Affidavit of Irretrievable Breakdown

Footnotes and attachments

Footnotes are supported for most entries, and you can choose to print them with your forms.

If there isn’t room for everything on the Short Form version of the FInancial Statement, we’ll automatically create an attachment.