A splash of color has been added in the latest BankruptcyPRO® release. The navigational buttons along the top of the screen are now bigger and wider. The color selection is also easier to read.
Start with a complete makeover with some really nice new features and what you end up with is DoingTIME 2.0 in a cleaner interface.
The new BankruptcyPRO release, 9.1.67, includes a revised Western District of Texas Plan and a beta highlighting version of the Southern District of Ohio Plan.
The revised South Carolina Chapter 13 Plan effective January 1, 2013 is now available in BankruptcyPRO®. Exemption codes for South Carolina were also updated in the same BankruptcyPRO release.
I-Got-Notices® works tirelessly to streamline your day by automatically capturing the “free looks” for notices received in your IGN Inbox. However, problems can occur if some notices start taking a vacation in the Junk or SPAM folder of the mail account I-Got-Notices is checking.
The revised California Section 703 exemption amounts and the Colorado Chapter 13 Plan were both updated in the BankruptcyPRO release 188.8.131.52.
BankruptcyPRO® release, version 184.108.40.206, includes the updated Chapter 13 Plan for the Central District of California.
The Eastern District of Michigan has a new Chapter 13 Plan effective January 1, 2013. You will see the new plan in BankruptcyPRO® when updating to Version 9.1.58.
I-Got-Notices version 4.4.17 is available for download to address an issue with the web update process and Auto-Events being deselected every 13 seconds.
Language in the El Paso/Waco and Midland-Odessa plans in the Western District of Texas were updated in BankruptcyPRO release 9.1.57.
When it comes to entering an arrearage claims for an existing Chapter 13 creditors, BankruptcyPRO® can trim your data entry time with a few clicks.
I-Got-Notices customers can add a secondary e-mail within CM/ECF that will allow them to keep use their ‘free look’ in the original e-mail address.
For years now our business phone lines has had free long distance. Starting in January of 2013 we will discontinue our 800 number.
BankruptcyPRO® can save users data entry time when a bankruptcy case evolves into multiple filings by importing all creditors from one case into another.
BankruptcyPRO® users can easily change states exemptions after a case is created. This is useful if a debtor has resided in a state for less than two years.
Our staff had a great time in Florida at the NACBA workshop on Amelia Island. It’s always good to see and talk with our clients and to meet future clients.