New Version of BankruptcyPRO Available (10.0.11.1)
To download the new version, from the main menu in BankruptcyPRO go to Help - Check for Updates on Web.
Version 10.0.11.1 released 4/29/2014
- Added support for the new Means Test allowances effective May 1, 2014.
- Modified the new budget dialog to allow the user to leave the anticipated changes boxes blank. BankruptcyPRO will still complain, but it will let you exit the dialog as long as you're on the anticipated changes page. It will also complain when you print schedules I and J, but they will still print. If nothing is entered for anticipated changes, the No box will be checked on the new forms.
- Added warning messages for operations that affect all creditors or all assets in a case or on a tab. Examples are "Matrix Unselect All" button and right-click menu options for creditors and assets.
- Executory Contracts Dialog: Added "Paste from Clipboard" button to paste a name and address stored on the clipboard into the individual fields.
- Added an option to the Configuration dialog: "Don't ask before pasting from clipboard". This option is also used to suppress paste confirmations when pasting names/address lines on the creditor, codebtor, and executory contract dialogs. (Settings, Options, Misc. #1)
- Improved performance when checking to see if there are any new exemption schemes to be installed. This should make the program load faster.
- LAEB Plan: In paragraph 4(b)(1), plan will indicate whether the client is Paying Claim or Paying Value.
- Added separate fields for Debtor and Spouse First Name, Middle Name, Last Name and Generation. Existing FlashDOCs templates will still work as they are, but for now, the new (specific) fields are not available in FlashDOCS.
- In FlashDOCS, added 3 new calculated fields:
- [Plan|ShowLastPaymentDue]: Date last payment is due based on the length selected in the plan calculator.
- [Plan|ShowLastPaymentDue36Months]: Date the last payment would be due in a 36 month plan (regardless of the length selected).
- [Plan|ShowLastPaymentDue60Months]: Date the last payment would be due in a 60 month plan (regardless of the length selected)
- Means Test: Added support for separate fields for Household Size (used to retrieve Applicable Median Income) vs. Number of Persons (used to retrieve IRS expense allowances) should they need to be different on Form 22.