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How to Convince Your Attorney to Switch Bankruptcy Software

Bankruptcy software isn't just used by the attorney! Paralegals and legal assistants are often the ones preparing the petition for the attorney to review then file. NextChapter is a modern bankruptcy software for attorneys and support staff alike. If you're a paralegal looking for the most efficient software on the market, but your attorney has a "if it's not broken, don't fix it!" mentality, getting them to switch might be tricky. Use the following tips to get your attorney to move the firm over to NextChapter!

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Happy Customer Highlight: Andrea Henning

Andrea Henning is an attorney in Lima, Ohio who practices bankruptcy law, traffic, misdemeanor criminal law and more. She is a mother of three children and loves playing with them whenever she isn't working on BK cases.

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A Law Firm's Guide to Client Testimonials

Client Testimonials have become increasingly more important because of how much consumers use the internet. From a single google search, a potential client can do research about any law firm in their area based on previous customer reviews. According to Bright Local in 2017, 93% of local customers use reviews to determine if a local business is good or bad. The reviews will make your firm more credible and attract future clients. With this in mind, it's time to ramp up your law firm's strategy to include positive client testimonials. As an attorney you might not have as much experience in approaching a client for a review and have no idea how to do it correctly. Here is your guide to client testimonials for your law firm.

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NextChapter's Hidden Features

NextChapter has a lot of features that many of our users might not know about. Our customer success team got together to discuss some of NextChapter's hidden features that our users just need to know more about! These tools will take your firm's productivity to a whole other level!

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Resources for Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals

The bankruptcy law community is a space for learning, growth, and networking. Here are some of the resources to use for improving your practice and communicate with fellow bankruptcy attorneys.

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