And be left behind
Just as there are convincing arguments favoring use of family law software, there still remains a segment of lawyers engaged in family law practice that find it hard to adapt to newer technologies. Ask them and we are likely to get responses like:
I am not too familiar with computers. It will take a long time for me to learn and use features of the family law software. I am doing fine working calculations manually and have all information at my fingertip. We maintain all records and calculate manually and inducting this software would mean a radical change in the present working system.
I am so busy working on cases, filling out forms, preparing documents, calculating what if scenarios, computing tax liabilities, child support in the various cases in hand that if I stop this and devote my time to learning and implementing the computerized family law software, my work will suffer.
It is expensive. I do not trust computerized family law software, whether it is New York family law software or Arizona family law software to do things the way I have been doing it since years. I would have to calculate manually and compare it with the software results to know it is right. It is too risky and time consuming.
For the first argument one might say that not keeping up with the times will leave you behind. Change and improvement affect productivity positively and increase clientele and revenues. It is worth the effort to spend some time learning when the rewards can be so much more.
For the second one might say that if a lawyer is too busy engaged in attending to cases, the family law software frees him, gives him more time to be more productive and handle more clients.
For the third argument, solid reasons for implementing family law software, whether it is New York family law software, Pennsylvania family law software or Arizona family law software, are that by cutting your workload and doing everything you do manually, it increases your productivity, pays back for itself within a short time and you will soon generate more revenues. As for risk, the family law software undergoes rigorous test before being commercially released. Learning is not time consuming; developers have made it user-friendly and intuitive so anyone with only a basic knowledge of computers can learn and be productive in a couple of days. You will never outgrow it. It is comprehensive. There is support and updates regularly available from the vendor.
Given all its features and advantages, notwithstanding all the arguments as to why not to choose family law software, todays trends dictate that lawyers give serious consideration and choose a comprehensive family law package.