MyCase is law practice management software that is a good fit for firms looking for tight, streamlined organization. It’s also great for firms who like to keep an eye on what’s happening in the office thanks to MyCase’s real-time recent activity feed. For firms that rely on QuickBooks to manage their finances or other third-party apps needed to run their practice, it’s probably not a good fit.

More About MyCase

MyCase is practice management software that helps you manage cases, track time, automate billing, and communicate with your clients. Create templates for tasks and appointments with MyCase’s easy-to-use Workflows feature, and keep your case documents well-organized by creating folders and subfolders to house your information. Small teams can keep tabs on what the rest of the firm is up to via a constant recent activity feed. An always-visible “dock” at the bottom of the dashboard helps you quickly access the date calculator, email integration, timekeeping, and anything else you’d like to add. Although MyCase lacks full accounting capabilities, you can still send professional invoices and accept online payments with MyCase, including no charge eCheck payments.

Mobile apps for iPhone and Android mean you can stay on top of important matters and squeeze in work wherever you are. Communication with clients is always updated in real-time, so you never feel like you’re missing out when you’re not at the office.

When it comes to additional integrations, you can sync QuickBooks for a one-time fee of $99. However, MyCase is relatively light on other app integrations.

Features

MyCase Law Practice Management Software

 MyCase
Websitemycase.com
Starting Price
 
$39/lawyer/month
$29/staff/month
InstallationCloud
Apps
 
 
 
Web app
iOS app
Android app
Email
Calendar
Client/Contact Mgmt
Case/Matter Mgmt
Task Management
Secure Portal
Conflict Checking
Document Mgmt
Document Assembly
Timekeeping
Billing & Invoicing
Online Payments
Basic Bookkeeping
Trust Accounting
Full Accounting

Company Info

MyCase was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in the United States.

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