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Apps may aid co-parenting

On Behalf of | Jul 31, 2018 | Custody & Visitation

If you are getting divorced from your spouse in Indiana and you have young children together, you are no doubt wondering how in the world you will be able to work together to raise your kids when you could not find a way to stay married. Certainly, coparenting can be a challenge for divorced couples regardless of how long they have been divorced but especially for newly divorced people. 

Fortunately for you there are several apps or online tools available today that may just make the job easier than you think. As explained by Very Well Family, there are numerous tools each with a different set of features so you can find the one that offers what you need. Some of the things these apps offer is a centralized calendar for everything from school schedules to medical appointments to visitation schedules and more.

Some of the apps also allow you to track finances including child support payments and other shared expenses. Messaging features let you save conversations in one place so you can avoid the “he said she said” problem that may arise when parents do not remember the same details from verbal conversations. Photos may also be loaded and shared so parents can have a single place to go for all of their coparenting needs.

If you would like to learn more about some of the electronic tools available to you to help you work with your former spouse to raise your kids, visit the effective coparenting page of our Indiana divorce and family law website.

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