The best fit for your practice

Single-User License

A Best Case Bankruptcy single-user license allows one attorney and one support worker at one office location. Best Case licenses users, not computers so you can install Best Case on all computers within one office location. The single-user version can be used on a local area network. However, only one person can access the software at a given time.


Multi-User License

A Best Case Bankruptcy multi-user license allows access to all users at one office location, with three simultaneously users across a local area network. Users can access Best Case Bankruptcy on the local area network from separate workstations, sharing a Common Creditor List and the entire bankruptcy client database. Additional simultaneous users can also be purchased for the multi-user license (if you need more than three) and additional site licenses are available for multiple office locations. See License Agreement for terms.


What’s Right for My Firm?

When deciding which package is best, please consider the following options:

  • Single-user version on your local network: You can install the Best Case single-user version on your network for no additional charge. This allows you to have a shared client database as well as shared settings, preferences and easy maintenance for administrators. However, only one user will be able to access the network installation at a given time.
  • Separate installations of Best Case: If you do not have a local area network or are concerned about simultaneous use, the single-user version can be installed locally and client files can be transferred via email.
  • Multi-user version on your local network: If you have more than one person preparing bankruptcy cases, a multi-user license allows multiple users to be in the program at the same time, even work on the same client file, with no work stoppage.

If you need any assistance in determining which package is right for your firm, please call us at 800.492.8037.

Current Best Case customers can upgrade from the single-user version to the multi-user version for the difference in price between their current package price and the upgraded package price. Compare pricing.