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About MoBar Net: The Missouri Bar Information Network
MoBar Net is a subscription service developed by Missouri lawyers and offered by The Missouri Bar through a technical partner, REJIS (Regional Justice Information Service) in St. Louis. MoBar Net offers a pathway to electronic information sources for attorneys that are not available on the internet, such as direct access to the Department of Revenue for driver’s license and motor vehicle registrations among many others. In addition to giving fast and direct access, the software's design allows attorneys to readily find the precise information required. And the client billing feature can automatically assign the electronic research to specific clients. One key to a successful legal practice is having the right tools to quickly and efficiently gather information needed to successfully represent your clients. MoBar Net is that tool!
With your subscription to MoBar Net you have access to Missouri Driver's History & Dealer information; Vehicle/Marine Registration direct from the Department of Revenue; Municipal Courts: Kansas City, St. Louis County and St. Louis City/area Municipal Courts. For a full list of services available CLICK HERE.
Fees and Billing Options
The fee structure for MoBar Net consists of two elements: a monthly flat fee (based on usage) and data charges for some records. For a full description of the fees click "Price List for MoBar Net Services."
System and Internet Requirements
For the recommended requirements for accessing MoBar Net through the Internet and to verify your computer meets these requirements CLICK HERE.
MoBar Net User Guide
The MoBar Net User Guide is displayed in Adobe Acrobat format (.PDF). Adobe Acrobat Reader (4.0 or more recent version) is required to view PDF files. To download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader from the Adobe website, click on the logo.
MoBar Net User Guide