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The paperwork required when providing adoption services is repetitive, time-consuming, and error-prone for law firm staff. This in turn effects the client experience, causing delays and proscribing certain fees (to account for all the time spent on paperwork).
A system of apps and a database that help law firm staff collect the information they need and then use that information to automate dozens of standardized PDFs.
The US COVID-19 eviction moratorium was about to expire. The National Center for State Courts anticipated a wave of eviction proceedings across the country. This wave threatened to overwhelm court staff and slow down an already over-burdened system.
An Afterpattern app that allows court leaders to answer a series of questions about their jurisdiction and appetite for eviction diversion. A customized document is generated with guidance, best practices, and samples from other jurisdictions for setting up a diversion program. It also offers advice on cooperating with legal aid and rental assistance.
The CDC's eviction protections were, like many federal rules, an "opt in" process. To qualify for the protection, home renters had to draft a formal letter to their land lord and apply for rent abatement. There are too few legal aid attorneys to provide this guidance on a strictly one-on-one basis.
An Afterpattern app that allows court leaders to answer a series of questions about their jurisdiction and appetite for eviction diversion. A customized document is generated with guidance, best practices, and samples from other jurisdictions for setting up a diversion program. It also offers advice on cooperating with legal aid and rental assistance.Read the full story