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ProDoc® Florida General Practice Library, CD-ROM ed.

100007330

100007330
100007330
CD-ROM
Priced Per User

Draft documents more efficiently with ProDoc Florida General Practice Library, CD-ROM. This product provides automated Florida forms for attorney-client matters and 11 practice areas, which are:

  • Business organizations
  • Family law
  • Florida criminal defense
  • Florida Lawyers Support Services, Inc. (FLSSI*) guardianship
  • FLSSI probate
  • FLSSI real estate
  • Homestead exemptions
  • Litigation
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Mortgage foreclosure
  • Small estate wills

The forms in this volume are derived from forms prepared by the Forms Committee of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar and contained in the FLSSI Manual. These forms are created and maintained by leading experts in their field and recognized as the standard in probate courts throughout Florida. This product:

  • Helps you draft documents more efficiently by completing repetitive and mundane paperwork for you
  • Features time-saving integrated system – enter client/case data once for each case and generate multiple documents from that data
  • Allows you to customize forms groups that can be accessed and filled out simultaneously to save time
  • Automatically populates client and case information, merges data, and more
  • Saves hours of time and overhead expense; makes your practice more efficient
  • Helps you avoid embarrassing errors in your documents, including mismatched pronouns and leftover clauses from other documents
  • Ensures that your forms are always current with frequent online updates
  • Is easy to use: You can complete your first document in just 15 minutes after installing ProDoc

Free training, technical and content support, and online updates are included.

*FLSSI is a nonprofit corporation created by the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law section of the Florida Bar. These forms are created and maintained by leading experts in their fields and recognized as the standard in probate courts throughout Florida. ??