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Did you know there is more to practicelaw than just forms?  practicelaw is designed to be a repository of resources intended to help your practice.  Similarly, the MSBA’s practiceblawg is a blog for the Association to share with you how the MSBA can help you improve your efficiency and grow your practice.  The MSBA offers members a number of products and services and is always looking for ways to better serve its members and provide greater value.

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mndocs is moving to the cloud!

by Joe Kaczrowski | Mar 09, 2015
The MSBA has been working to migrate mndocs from its Windows PC application to the new cloud-based HotDocs Market.  After the move, mndocs will run on any device anywhere, including PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones, and Android devices.  Members will be able to purchase mndocs subscriptions by going to www.hotdocsmarket.com.  In addition to the over 250 forms already available in mndocs, and with the help of several volunteer member attorneys, the MSBA has reviewed and revised approximately 150 family law forms that will be updated in or added to mndocs.  

Want to get involved with the MSBA?  We are looking for member volunteers to help update content in practicelaw and mndocs, along with several other opportunities.

mndocs is the MSBA’s premiere automated document assembly system available exclusively to members.  With mndocs, members can enter client information and case-related data once, and mndocs then uses that data to generate forms across all of the practice areas in the library.

Curious about the new mndocs? Representatives from the MSBA and HotDocs will be at the Family Law Institute in St. Paul on March 23-24 to answer your questions and show how the new program works.  Also, on March 24 at 1:30pm, a HotDocs representative will be at the MSBA office to explain what exactly document automation is, which will be followed by a demo of the new mndocs and Q&A.

For more information about mndocs, or to RSVP to the talk on March 24, email Joe Kaczrowski, MSBA Online Services Director.