Don’t Go To Court Without Case Manager
What Will You Lose If You Lose Your Case?
Divorce, Child Custody
A loss could mean an unfair money split after divorce, or a damaged relationship with your children.
Judgments can cost your reputation or your job. You can lose money and your credit.
If you lack the right documents, you could be deported or have other rights denied.
You could lose your equity and credit. You could lose your home and all your possessions.
Take Your Best Case Into Court With Case Manager
Case Manager is the do-it-yourself civil litigation kit.
Navigate litigation with ease.
Learn to devise a strategy and anticipate the other side's moves. Master the art of persuasive legal writing. Get skilled in finding statutes and cases that prove your arguments.
Instantly access all filings in the case.
Upload and tag PDF versions of all documents filed in your case. Read, copy, print and even add files as exhibits to your motions. Search your file cabinet for specific tags or language.
Make the court follow the law.
Support your positions with cases, statutes and other authorities. Organize your citations for easy copying and pasting into motions. Store all your sources so they're easy to find when you need them.
Justify your costs when you win.
Litigation is expensive, but the winner can charge costs to the other side. Keep a running total of categorized expenses. Upload receipts to document each expense.
Fight with an army behind you.
Join a community for pro se litigants by pro se litigants. Connect with people who want you to be successful. Access resources that help you put your best foot forward.
Impress with professional documents.
Use automated templates to write your pleadings and motions. Save your drafts and work on them whenever you like. Download and print your motions in a form that's ready to sign and file.
Execute a strategy to stay on offense.
Schedule tasks as they come to mind, such as deadlines for motions. Organize your tasks by the stage of your case. Track the progress of your tasks (starting, in progress, completed).
Keep reminders of important details.
Use an empty slate to capture thoughts and take notes on your case. Assign your notes to categories based on the stage of your case. Copy and paste notes into other areas of your Case Manager.