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With PracticeMaster, you can use timers to track the time you spend on research, planning, correspondence, and more. However, if you don’t turn timers into fees, you may be missing out on valuable time that can be billed to your clients.   Read More...


We have a new user that is creating fee records from Outlook e-mails. When she converts an e-mail to a fee, the default Timekeeper is inactive and she has to change it every time. How can we change the default timekeeper when converting e-mails to fees?   Read More...


When the attorneys enter notes into journal records and then convert them to fees, their entire journal description goes into the fee and they have to edit it. Is there a way to only pull in a partial description when converting a journal record into a Fee?   Read More...


Did you know that you can convert calendar, e-mail, note, phone, research, timer, and document records into fees? This allows you to easily bill your client for the time spent on their matter.   Read More...


I see in my PracticeMaster Timer window that I have multiple timer records for the same project. Is there a way to combine these timer records into a single Fee entry?   Read More...


I sometimes use the “Mark as Hidden” option in the Process Timer Records window to remove records from view. However, I now need to convert some of those records. How can I accomplish this?   Read More...


Did you know that you can quickly convert Journal, Calendar, and Document Management records into billable fees? Use the Convert to Fee option in PracticeMaster to convert e-mails, research records, timers, notes, meetings, tasks, documents, and more into fee records. Converting records into fees helps make sure your clients are being billed for the time you spend on their matters.   Read More...


You may work with multiple matters throughout the day, so how can you ensure that you are keeping an accurate account of how much time is spent on each task?   Read More...