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                                   Importing/Exporting Data between CIS and Divorce Financials                                          

You can export income and asset/liabilities data from CIS into Divorce Financials.
  • Open the file in the CIS program
  • Select "Data Exchange with Divorce Financials" from the menu toolbar
  • Select either Income or Assets/Liability 
  • Save with a unique title (ex clientxincome.cis, clientxassets.cis)
  •  Open Your Divorce Financials Program
  • Go to File > Open and select the exported CIS file (ex: clientxincome.cis)
  • The income amounts will now show in Divorce Financials
NOTE: When you save and name your Divorce Financials file note that these are .cis files as well, so you want to choose another unique name - ex: clientxfinancials.cis, so avoid  overwriting your original CIS.

Easy Soft's Case Information Statement (CIS) program is a separate software widely used by Family Law attorneys in New Jersey. The purpose of the CIS program is to produce court compliant CIS forms, along with the required tax and child support calculations.

The purpose of Divorce Financials program is to help attorneys and clients reach a settlement by
analyzing the financial impact on their finances as well as facilitating assets/liabilities distributions.
While these two programs serve fundamentally different purposes, the data needed is identical.


For example, the CIS program has a detailed listing of all assets and liabilities on Page 7 and Page 8. This is the same set of data which is required in Divorce Financials Assets & Liabilities section. Similarly, the CIS
program has a detailed listing of income items on Line 1 of work sheets. This is the same set of data
which is required in Divorce Financials Income section.

Once you open the case file in Divorce Financials, you can exchange data between CIS and Divorce
Financials for either income or assets/liabilities one at a time.



Income Data Transfer from Divorce Financials to CIS: 
  • Select Case Info & Tax Analysis Section along the bottom left side of the program
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  • Select Income on left side
  • Click on "Export Data to CIS"
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Any prior income entries made in CIS worksheet (line 1 of Sole/Shared worksheet) will be erased and values will be copied from Divorce Financials. All income values will be exported as "annual incomes".




 
 
Assets/Liabilities Data Transfer from Divorce Financials to CIS:
  •  Select Assets & Liabilities Sectionalong the bottom left side of the program
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  •  click on "Export Data to CIS"
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  •  Any prior assets/liabilities entries made in CIS (Page 7 and Page 8) will be erased and values will be copied from Divorce Financials. Only data which is relevant in CIS will be exported.  

 


Monthly Expenses Transfer from Divorce Financials to CIS:
  • Select the Lifestyle Analysis Section in the bottom left corner of the program
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  •  Select Bank or Statement
  • Click on  "Export Data to CIS" 
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You will be asked to confirm to which column of Part-D, data is being exported to. Any prior data entered in that column will be erased and new values will be copied from Divorce Financials. Data would be exported in the monthly amount format, as required in the CIS.
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Last Modified Date9/21/2018 7:44 AM

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