Bradley Software News & Updates

2024 Family Law Update

Join us for a special 2-hour workshop where you’ll hear from Kansas Family Law Attorney Autumn Fox (Jacobson and Fox, LLC) about the proposed 2024 Child Support Guidelines as well as new ways to run a more efficient and profitable practice:

The preliminary agenda is as follows:

Food and beverages will be provided. Invitations and registration details will be emailed mid-October.

Collaboration with Easysoft and LEAP

Since 1992, Bradley Software has provided family law software to judges and attorneys in Kansas, Missouri, and Texas. Our Solutions are designed to help attorneys produce error-free child support worksheets, parenting time schedules and arrearage reports that can be used in court.
In early 2022, Bradley Software began collaborating with Easy Soft Inc., a provider of specialized legal software in the Family and Real Estate Law practice areas. As part of the LEAP group of companies, Easysoft is proud to continue growing Bradley Software to meet the ever-changing needs of law firms in the United States.

Past News & Updates


Free Training Seminars

In April and May of 2017 we performed 5 separate training sessions in 3 locations around Kansas. These training sessions were well attended, with more than 130 attendees. The surveys we received after the training  told us that the attendees hoped we would do more training, to have it be more interactive, and to offer basic training for new users as well as advanced. We are planning training for next year and this input wll help us improve and expand this well received (and FREE) training!
If you were not able to attend we have the slides from the training available at the following web page.
Click here to get the slides

Programs - 1 Day Full Function Trial Versions

All Bradley Software programs are installed as 1-day full function trial programs, convertible at any time to a licensed program. We've done this to give you a day to fully evaluate the great features of the programs. After the 1 day trial period expires, some features become disabled. Download your 1-day trial version today. Download your 1-day trial version today.

Support for Windows

Support for Windows 10 and 11 is available. Macintosh is supported but only if you are running a Windows emulator program such as Parallels (

Bradley Software has released on-line versions of our Professional divorce financial calculators. This low-cost, single case, on-line version is intended to fill the need for those who are self reresented or an attorney who only does a few divorces with children per year. Check it out at . includes Child support calculators for Kansas, Missouri, and Texas as well as the popular ArrearsMaster®, which calculates past due amounts for child support and maintenance PLUS THE STATUTORY INTEREST - FOR ALL 50 STATES !!!

KS Bar Association Member Discount program

Bradley Software LLC and the Kansas Bar Association (KBA) have announced the inclusion of Bradley Software in the Kansas Bar Association’s Member Benefit Program.

The KBA Member Benefit program provides member-only access to programs and discounts on products and services that are widely used in the legal industry. Bradley Software is proud to be included in this program and will be providing KBA members with discounts on Bradley’s popular “Family Law combo packages” at substantial discounts not available to non-members. Access to these discounts will only be available through the KBA web site, and only to logged-in members. As an option for lawyers who only occasionally handle cases involving child support, Bradley is also offering KBA member-only discounts on its on-line calculators found at This offering helps keep the cost of these valuable, widely used tools affordable and easily accessible.

J. Bradley Short, ex-CEO of Bradley Software, said “It is a singular honor to be included in the KBA program. We’ve been an enthusiastic sponsor of the Kansas Bar Association for a long time and this move demonstrates our on-going commitment to the organization and its members.”