Quicken© Family Lawyer©

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Eric

Eric I am in the same boat got the lawyer 2000 but will not work anymore on win 7 or better

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thomas

thomas I purchased Estate planner and Family Lawyer 2000,won't work on Windows 10. Do you have an upgrade ? Where can I purchase them? They worked well for many years and had a lot of info.

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Ralph Chianelli

Ralph Chianelli I purchased Family Lawyer 2000 some years ago and found it to be very helpful, much of what I would have had to pay an attorney to do. I recently got the blue screen of death and needed to purchase a new Windows machine, it came with Win 10. FL2000 will not run on this machine. Is there an updated version that will run on Windows 10?

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