At JurisDOC, we know what law document automation software needs to do to help a law firm.
JurisDOC provides a comprehensive collection of forms and pleadings that cover more than 10 keys areas of law including divorce, adoption, criminal defense, trusts and wills – the core cases that are the basis of most solo practices and small firms.
Here at JurisDOC, we believe our automated law document assembly software can help your practice increase efficiency and profitability, but we’ll let you be the judge.
Created by attorneys, for attorneys, our software allows you to collect, edit or add all the law forms you need to complete your casework.
I became a lawyer because I enjoy practicing law. But, as many who have opened their own law firms know, running a business means wearing a few different hats. And, one of the most uncomfortable hats you might wear is one of an accountant. Legal firms present unique challenges, even for professional accountants. One reasonRead More
I tend to repeat certain phrases when I talk to people about legal document assembly software. Increased productivity. Time and money savings. Overall profitability. Because, after all the years I spent authoring and re-authoring pleadings and documents myself, the idea of using software is a no-brainer. Many of my fellow lawyers agree. The 2015 American Bar AssociationRead More
Fellow lawyers, here’s a quick question for you: If I were to ask your last few clients what most impressed them about your firm, what would they say? Would they marvel at your ability to put together a flawless legal brief? Would they sing the praises of the wording choices on your non-disclosure agreement? HowRead More
The term “justice” can be found within the first few words of the Constitution, but for the 80% of low income individuals facing civil legal issues threatening their homes, jobs or families, it’s a concept that might be out of reach. Here’s a grim statistic: According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 63 million peopleRead More
To avoid any misunderstandings, let me start by saying that I believe that pro bono work is a good thing, and a mainstay of the legal profession (check out my last blog to learn why). Attorneys are in a unique position to make the legal system work for those who are desperately in need ofRead More
It’s easy to pass on pro bono work when you’ve got a demanding caseload and are already working long hours. In your free time—you want to relax! But, before you stretch out on the backyard hammock or head to the idyllic vacation spot, consider these compelling reasons to do pro bono work, not the leastRead More
These days, clients are demanding better service for less. Providing good client service, however, does not have to come at the expense of your firm’s profitability. In fact, if approached properly, the two will go hand in hand. It’s all a matter ofmaking smart changes. Value Pricing You probably already know where I’m headed with this: alternativeRead More
2016 is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, you’re starting to think about your New Year’s resolutions. While you’re deliberating about how to better yourself, why not commit to making your firm better as well? The following resolutions will help your firm get off to a strong start in 2016, and I promise you’ll beRead More
The year is winding down, but as I’m sure you know, that doesn’t mean it’s time to slack off. The way you end 2015 will be a big factor in how you start 2016. Follow these tips to make sure you end this year on a high note. Take Stock How did 2015 go for your firm?Read More
The holiday season is once again approaching, along with the hubbub and disorder that inevitably accompany it. This time of year can be stressful enough with travel plans, gift shopping, and seeing your crazy relatives; the last thing you need is for work stress to pile on and turn you into a total Scrooge. To help keep theRead More
One of the most frustrating experiences as an attorney is when your client refuses to pay. You’ve put your blood, sweat and tears (or at least a significant amount of brain power) into their work, and now you’re not going to reap the reward. While there’s no way to 100% ensure that you get paid for the workRead More
One reason some law firms hesitate to start using document assembly software is because they don’t fully understand how it works. Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t, right? The problem with this thinking is that you end up missing out on an easy way to save money and make your processesRead More
As the old saying goes, “Time is money,” and that’s especially true for attorneys and billable hours. Making your practice more efficient will ultimately make it more profitable, so it’s worth setting aside a little of that precious time to think about where your inefficiencies lie and what you can do to change them. HereRead More
Debating whether or not to start your own law firm? As I discussed in a previous post, there are a number of issues to consider when deciding whether or not to hang a shingle. You may have already decided that going out on your own is right move for you, but if you’re on theRead More
To remain competitive in today’s business environment, law firms need to be aware of the technology trends impacting the field and understand how to leverage these trends to maximize their productivity and profits. These are some of the current trends in the field: E-Discovery: Predictive Coding Predictive coding is changing e-discovery document review by makingRead More
Ever heard the saying sometimes you have to spend money in order to make money? In the case of document software, this couldn’t be more accurate. Yes, you’ll have to spend some money on the software, but what you end up saving as a result makes the software worth more than its weight in gold.Read More
Automate, automate, automate! We’ve all heard it numerous times. As an attorney, it’s difficult to escape that word these days, especially when it comes to document assembly and creation. The knee-jerk reaction may be to say “I’ve gone without automation software all these years and have been doing just fine, thanks.” But there are legitimateRead More
You survived law school, and you passed the bar. You’ve been working at a law firm for some time now, and have recently been feeling vaguely unsatisfied with the job. Or maybe you were laid off and are trying to figure out the next step in your career. Whatever the reason, you’re considering hanging outRead More