Geni Law Subscription Rates – Lowest on the Market!
Geni Law’s fully-automated case management and accounting software is a full-time case manager and office manager that starts paying for itself almost immediately just in reduced insurance premiums and lower overhead expenses.
Geni Law Office Software makes it easy for you to be more profitable by increasing efficiency through streamlined productivity.
Subscriptions for law offices of any size only pay:
$30 per user per month (payments made through LawPay)
There are no contracts, no maintenance agreements or processing fees, and paid subscribers get maintenance and software updates completely free. Quit anytime with no cancellation fees.
Geni Law’s Payroll System Package* can be purchased separately:
$880 for the Payroll System Package (payments made through LawPay)
$100 annual renewal (payments made through LawPay)
*The United States Payroll Taxes may receive major changes. When this does occur, we will make the necessary updates, notify you, and make the changes available to you through our Internet Update process at no additional charge to you.
If you are ready to set up a multi-user license for Geni Law Office Software, please email us at HireGeni@GeniLaw.com. Please give us 24 hours advance notice when picking an appointment time to ensure we can coordinate the installation with you. Weekend installations are available.
You don’t need to purchase several different types of software programs when Geni Law will do everything for you for just pennies a day! Whether you need full-service client, case and matter management or you want comprehensive law practice management with general and Trust accounting, with Geni Law you have 24/7 instant access to case status, work flow, trust accounting, billing, and payments information all in one program.
Geni Law saves you time so you can respond to your clients quickly and spend more time on your legal work. Email HireGeni@GeniLaw.com if you have any questions or want additional information about pricing, software or payroll. Who else has payroll?