2018 North Carolina Child Support Software (AOC-CV-627, 628 & 629)
Annual subscription price is $99 plus tax
This software program automates the preparation of the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines Worksheets. It performs all calculations and produces the worksheet as a printable PDF file. The annual subscription fee is $99 plus tax ($105.93).
Very Easy to Use!
This software program is extremely easy to use! It draws the Worksheet Forms A, B & C on the screen and allows you to enter the information real-time. The Child Support calculation is performed each time you enter or change the information!
Prepares Written Explanation for your Client!
One of the most important features of this software program is the WRITTEN EXPLANATION FOR YOUR CLIENT in plain english that explains how the Child Support was calculated (see below).
North Carolina Child Support Form AOC-CV-627
Subscribe On-Line for 1 year for $99 plus tax
To subscribe to this program for 1 full year, click on the above "Buy Now" button. Your total cost for one year will be $99 plus tax ($105.93). We use PayPal to process all of our credit/debit transactions, because we know them to be safe and reliable. If you have any further questions, please contact us by clicking on the menu item at the top of this window labeled "Contact Us". Thanks for your interest!
To subscribe to this program for 1 full year by mail, simply mail a check or money order payable to Advanced Legal Software in the amount of $105.93 (includes tax & handling) to P. O. Box 347, Carolina Beach, NC 28428. Be sure to note which software program and/or package you are ordering. We will mail you a USB Thumb Drive containing the programs you ordered, along with registration numbers.
The 2018 NC Child Support Software will be available for download after June 1, 2018. The best, most secure way to get the software is to give us a call. We will send you a USB Thumb Drive containing the program.
NOTE: We had previously announced that the 2018 version of the Child Support Software program would be out earlier this year. Unfortunately, due to some unforeseen programming problems, we were unable to make that happen. This purpose of this new version is to provide additional capabilities not offered in previous versions, and our best estimate of the release date is June 1, 2018. Until then, the 2017 version will continue to calculate Child Support based on the current version of the law, which occurred back in 2015.