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Family Law Conference coming soon!

Posted by Michael Cohan on

Just a reminder: We will be exhibiting at the Missouri Bar Family Law Conference in Branson on August 4th and 5th, 2016. Come see us and check out the latest updates to The Child Support Assistant 2016. Don't forget: Version 7.1 is now available for download. If you haven't done so already, update today.

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Missouri Bar Family Law Conference

Posted by Michael Cohan on

We will be exhibiting at the Missouri Bar Family Law Conference in Branson on August 4th and 5th, 2016. Come see us! 

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New Version available / Solo and Small Firms Conference

Posted by Michael Cohan on

We are at the Solo and Small Firms Conference at Tan Tar A, Lake of the Ozarks, today and tomorrow! If you are attending, stop by and see us. Version 7.1 of the Child Support Assistant is available for download now. The Kansas mode has been totally updated to implement all changes for 2016. The Missouri mode has some new usability features. Update your software today.

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2016 Solo and Small Firms Conference at Lake of the Ozarks

Posted by Michael Cohan on

Expert Assistant Legal Software will be exhibiting at the 2016 MIssouri Bar Solo and Small Firms Conference. Come see us in the Exhibitor's Hall. We will be demonstrating The Child Support Assistant for Missouri and Kansas, and The Form 14 Assistant Mobile.  You can license the software or renew your license right at the Conference. The Solo and Small Firms Conference has been moved back to Lake of the Ozarks and will be at Tan Tar A resort on Thursday, June 9th, through Saturday, June 11th, although the Exhibitor's Hall will be open only on Friday and Saturday. Come and...

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2016 Update for The Child Support Assistant coming soon

Posted by Michael Cohan on

The first 2016 update for The Child Support Assistant will be posted in just a few days, so keep an eye on the "Download Latest Version" page.  The Kansas mode will be updated to the latest version per the Kansas Supreme Court. The Missouri mode is currently a maintenance update, but there will be a major update coming later this year when the Missouri Supreme Court completes its review of the Form 14 and provides its latest version.

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