If you’re reading this, odds are you’re shopping around for a long-term solution to simplify your law firm’s day-to-day — or at least entertaining the idea. That said, there’s a lot to consider when investing in software — features, cost, and support, to name a few — so to answer any of your preliminary questions surrounding MyCase, we’ve compiled a list of FAQs by attorneys and law firm staff.
What is MyCase?
MyCase is a complete legal practice management solution for law firms, providing the tools you need to improve organization, increase efficiency, and scale your firm operations. With MyCase, all of your important case details – documents, contacts, calendars, emails, tasks, invoices – are available in a single, organized location. Try MyCase for free here.
What does MyCase do?
Every law practice needs Case Management, Billing and Invoicing, Lead Management, and Reporting to grow and scale. Whether you’re in the office, in court, or on the go, MyCase has all the features you need for one monthly (or annual) fee. Check out all MyCase features here.
How much does MyCase cost?
MyCase offers everything you need to manage your firm on one, competitively priced subscription with multiple billing options. MyCase and its full feature set is priced at $49 per user/month (billed annually) or $59 per user/month (billed monthly). No long-term contract or setup fee is required. Sales tax may apply. See our simple pricing options here.
How does bill payment work for MyCase?
We bill our customers either monthly or annually. You provide your preferred billing method (credit card of choice) into the application and MyCase will bill the card on file, every month or year. We bill for the upcoming period in advance – so, if for instance, the payment is processed on August 1st, it covers the subscription period from August 1 to August 31st.
How do I get a demo of MyCase?
For a guided comprehensive overview of the MyCase software, sign up for a free trial at MyCase.com and a representative will reach out to you within a day.
Can I migrate data from my current software to MyCase?
Quickly get your firm up and running with help from our implementation team. We will assist during data migration, helping you import your existing data into MyCase so you don’t lose historical records. You’ll be able to start taking advantage of all that MyCase has to offer with guided account setup and training for everyone at your firm. Get more information on MyCase Guided Implementation here.
Does MyCase offer any software integrations?
MyCase integrates with Quickbooks, Dropbox, Google Apps, and Outlook, allowing lawyers to quickly and easily sync and access law firm data on the go.
Does MyCase integrate with Quickbooks?
Yes, MyCase provides a simple, one-way sync of your accounting data into QuickBooks Online. The MyCase QuickBooks Integration carries over detailed time and expense information line-by-line to QuickBooks which allows for both greater flexibility in firm reporting and allows visibility into invoice details in QuickBooks. Learn more about the MyCase Quickbooks integration here.
Does MyCase integrate with Dropbox?
Yes, the MyCase integration with Dropbox provides a two-way document sync with MyCase. Any documents and folders added to a specific case folder in Dropbox are immediately available within the corresponding case in MyCase along with the ability to access files offline or grant access to other members of your firm for collaborative editing. Learn more about the MyCase Dropbox integration here.
How often does MyCase sync with Outlook?
The MyCase integration with Outlook allows you to connect your contacts and calendars across platforms via a full, 2-way sync. Once the integration is set up, your data syncs automatically in the background every 15 minutes so you can continue working on your cases without interruption.
Where is my data stored in MyCase?
MyCase is committed to keeping your data safe, both when sending and storing your data. Our bank-grade 128-bit SSL encryption provides a secure connection when sending and receiving data. And all stored data is encrypted with 256-bit AES encryption. In addition, your law firm’s data is backed up nightly to redundant, Amazon S3 servers.
Does MyCase have an API?
Though MyCase does not have an open API, the software integrates seamlessly with a number of attorney-preferred software (above). MyCase is thoughtful in the integrations it builds which enables us to better support our customers should any questions or concerns arise.
How many lawyers use MyCase?
Thousands of small and mid-sized law firms across the United States use MyCase.
What are the MyCase terms and conditions?
The MyCase terms and conditions can be found here.