Professional Client Access

License Types For Professionals

Civil Communicator offers four different license types with permissions based on the role of the professional.  All licenses provide access to client communications, the shared calendar, and shared library. Additional permissions vary depending on the license type.

Attorney License

Advise your clients and protect their interests with insight gained from access to their account. When you create a professional account, it can be linked to all of your clients who have a subscription. Attorneys can help draft or edit their clients’ proposed communications and view account activity from the perspective of the parent.

Decision Maker License

Make informed decisions based on unrestricted access to account communications and records. The Decision Maker License provides dual account access, the ability to review proposals, make decisions, and view activity from the perspective of either parent.

Investigator License

Protect the child’s best interests by obtaining a more accurate perspective of the parents. An investigator license provides access to all unabridged conversations between the parties and permits the viewing of account activity from the perspective of either parent.

Therapist License

Help your clients adjust to a new life by analyzing and improving their communications. Create a professional account and it can be linked to all of your clients who have a subscription. View account activity from the perspective of the parent and review final communications between both parties.

License Type Comparison Chart

Therapist LicenseAttorney LicenseInvestigator LicenseDecision Maker License
Forwarded Communication - Both Parties
Shared Calendar
Shared Library
Submitted Communications - Client
Review Action (Accept, Revise, Reject) - Both Parties
Review Action Report - Client
Journal
Contact Us
Shared Expense Report
Communication Drafting
Submitted Communication - Both Parties
Review Action Reports - Both Parties
Professional Comments on Communications - Both Parties
Proposal - Ask Questions & Make Decisions - Both Parties