Let’s help your clients get back on their feet - together

Alternative Dispute Resolution PALS

Track unlimited creditors with intelligent custom fields, share key case management documents, and stay on top of crucial dates (like 341 hearings or Chapter 13 Confirmation hearings) with our Abacus Calendar Rules. We help bankruptcy lawyers — and their clients — stay above water.

Abacus’s bankruptcy law set includes:

  • Document Management: Store an unlimited number of documents and case filings for quick and easy retrieval at your law firm or in the court house.
  • Streamline Communications: A unified dashboard gives you quick access to your entire case, including all emails, notes, and documents, as well as bankruptcy data including the debtor, co-debtor and trustee details to ensure the details you need are always at your fingertips. 
  • Maximize Efficiencies: Case intake screens will set in motion cases that are accurately entered, well organized and include the right follow-up events.
  • Peace-of-Mind: Legal case status, chronology, filing deadlines and alert reports make sure the right people are working on upcoming activities and bankruptcy process is completed from start to finish.

With Abacus Bankruptcy Practice Area Legal Solutions, or "PALS", we help your clients get back on their feet - together.

Let us help you track unlimited creditors with intelligent, custom fields, sharing key documents, or staying on top of crucial dates. Designed specifically for bankruptcy attorneys, this bankruptcy software for lawyers includes 3 new intake forms, 14 rules, 5 reports, 2 fillable forms and several custom screens.


Intake Forms

  • Add Co-debtor
  • Client with Home and Auto
  • Bankruptcy Client


  • Cases
  • Client Origin
  • Unified Petitions
  • What's Next Report


  • Request for Information
  • Retainer

Matter Screens

  • Bankruptcy Matter

Name Screens

  • Bankruptcy Attorney
  • Bankruptcy Creditor
  • Bankruptcy Debtor
  • Bankruptcy Trustee
  • Contact
  • Expert
  • Judge

Rules-Based Calendaring

  • Receive Notice of 2004 Exam
  • 341 Creditors' Meeting
  • Plan Confirmation Hearing
  • Debtor Client Triage
  • Debtor Client
  • Emergency Chapter 7 Petition
  • Chapter 13 Petition
  • Chapter 7 Petition
  • Objection to Creditor's Claim
  • Request to Sell Chapter 13 Estate Property
  • Submit Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan to Court
  • Probate
  • Interrogatories received
  • Statute of Limit - Contract