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The New York Divorce and Family Law™FamCalc Software Suitewas written by Jerry Cohen, Esq., of the New York Bar, in collaboration with Joel R. Brandes Consulting Services, Inc., The programs were specifically designed to make life easier for the New York Divorce and Family Law attorney. They require basic knowledge of how to use a computer, and are so simple that they do not have menus or need help files.
The Suite Consists of :
The New York Divorce and Family Law ™ Agreement Creator, quickly drafts a professional agreement for you in no time. It contains an on-screen manual, written by Joel R. Brandes, entitled "Drafting Agreements for the New York Divorce and Family Law Attorney". The manual describes in detail each provision of the separation agreement, stipulation of settlement, "opting-out" agreement or post-nuptial agreement you are composing. The manual offers you practical advice for drafting your agreement, with "Settlement Considerations", "Drafters Notes" and "Law You Should Know". The Agreement Creator creates professional, high quality agreements ready for filing, and is updated annually so that you will always be up to date on New York law of Agreements. It is easy to use and is designed with a pictorial guide. The opening page contains all the instructions you need to run the program. The pages that follow give you simple, easy to understand choices to make, based upon the provisions of the New York Equitable Distribution Law, Domestic Relations Law § 236 [B] ), so there is nothing to learn.
The New York Divorce and Family Law™ Child Support Calculator, which contains an on-screen Guide to the Child Support Standards Act, written by Joel R. Brandes, automatically generates a helpful summary report, calculates the child support amount on combined parental income, over $130,000, and drafts for you the language required to be included in agreements, stipulations, and findings of fact. Another feature, useful for purposes of negotiating a settlement, is the ability to do "what if" calculations using a different "combined parental income".
The New York and Family Law™ Marital Property Distributor, which contains an on-screen Guide to the Equitable Distribution Law, written by Joel R. Brandes, calculates, on a "what if" basis, the total value of each spouses' share of the marital assets. This program allows the user to re-distribute marital property to any percentage, and has the unique "auto-balancer" function which automatically distributes a selected asset between the parties to create a total 50-50 asset balance. There is no need for a calculator when you use this program.
The New York Divorce and Family Law™ Temporary Maintenance Calculator, contains an on-screen "Guide to the Temporary Maintenance Guidelines" written by Joel R. Brandes. It automatically generates a detailed report showing each step of the temporary maintenance calculation required by the new law. As you enter the parties incomes into the program, the " income entry" screen calculates the "presumptive amount" of temporary maintenance, so that you can try a range of scenarios and immediately see the outcome.
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The programs are easy to run and come with pictorial menus, rather than confusing instructions. The contents of all of the programs have been designed by us to meet the demanding needs of the busy practitioner, based upon years of experience in New York divorce and family law practice.
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