Amicus Attorney helps you help your clients get back on their feet

We help bankruptcy lawyers — and their clients — stay above water. Track unlimited creditors with intelligent custom fields, share key case management documents, and stay on top of crucial dates like 341 hearings or Chapter 13 Confirmation hearings with automated legal calendar rules built in to Amicus Attorney legal case management software.

“The time savings that we have, having everything integrated in to one, is tremendous.

Because of that time savings, we are able to produce so much more, be so much more effective with what we’re doing for our clients, and what we’re able to bill.”

Ryan Gregerson, Pearson Butler

Stay above water with bankruptcy law software automation:

Store an unlimited number of documents and case filings for quick and easy retrieval at your law firm or in the court house.

A unified dashboard gives you quick access to your entire case, including all emails, notes, and documents, as well as bankruptcy data including the debtor, co-debtor and trustee details to ensure the details you need are always at your fingertips.

Case intake screens will set in motion cases that are accurately entered, well organized and include the right follow-up events.

Legal case status, chronology, filing deadlines and alert reports make sure the right people are working on upcoming activities and bankruptcy process is completed from start to finish.

Lawyers Love Amicus Attorney

“Amicus will allow you to combine every aspect of your legal firm in one spot from access to all documents, events, people associated with file, time spent and portability.”

Sandra Burke,
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, Dept. of Law

“I’ve used it for years, I get each upgrade as soon as it comes out and the support is fantastic. I cannot say enough good or recommend it highly enough.”

Janne Osborne,
Law Offices of Janne Berry Osborne Orangeburg, South Carolina

“Amicus really makes everything accessible and easy, allows you to take control of the files.”

Denise Godfrey,
Cargo Control USA