Trust Reporting Module

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The Florida Bar has recently updated its regulations on Trust Accounting Records and Procedures as of June 1, 2014 as per Rule 5-1.2 https://www.floridabar.org/divexe/rrtfb.nsf/FV/52E0786948344E4285257A2C00678AA6.

We have had many firms contact us for assistance in complying with these new reporting requirements.  Subsequently we have created the Trust Reporting Module to provide our Florida based clients with a solution to these new reporting requirements, specifically as to Section B, paragraphs 6 and 7, as these reports are not currently available within Juris, and also to create a "one-stop shop" for every law firm's Trust Reporting needs.

Section B, Paragraph 6 states:

(6) a separate cash receipts and disbursements journal, including columns for receipts, disbursements, transfers, and the account balance, and containing at least:

(A) the identification of the client or matter for which the funds were received, disbursed, or transferred;

(B) the date on which all trust funds were received, disbursed, or transferred;

(C) the check number for all disbursements; and

(D) the reason for which all trust funds were received, disbursed, or transferred *The Juris user will need to enter this information in the Payor field in the Juris Cash Receipt record for it to appear on the report in addition to the actual payor when entering new Cash Receipts.

** This new reporting requirement has been satisfied with the Trust Bank Receipt & Disbursement Journal within the Trust Reporting Module.

As Section B, Paragraph 7 states:

(7) a separate file or ledger with an individual card or page for each client or matter, showing all individual receipts, disbursements, or transfers and any unexpended balance, and containing:

(A) the identification of the client or matter for which trust funds were received, disbursed, or transferred;

(B) the date on which all trust funds were received, disbursed, or transferred;

(C) the check number for all disbursements; and

(D) the reason for which all trust funds were received, disbursed, or transferred *The Juris user will need to enter this information in the Payor field in the Juris Cash Receipt record for it to appear on the report in addition to the actual payor when entering new Cash Receipts.

** This new reporting requirement has been satisfied with the Cash Receipt & Disbursement Journal with Date Range within the Trust Reporting Module.

All nine (9) Trust reports within Trust Reporting Module are offered on an “As Is” basis for just $400.00. The price includes one of our representatives to WebEx in with your to link the tables to Juris. NOTE: Any modifications to the report will be billable at $190/hr. You will also need to ensure you have a license of Microsoft Access version 2000 (or higher) installed on one of your workstations in order to run the report.

If you are interested in purchasing this reporting module, or hearing more about our other custom reporting options, please contact Tracee Moecker or Janelle Ruffino.

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