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Apps Designed to Make Co-Parenting Easier For Divorced Parents (Pt 2)

Hi there and welcome back to our discussion on apps designed to make the co-parenting process easier for divorced folks with kids. As we mentioned in our previous article, there are loads of challenges faced by parents who co-parent after their divorces. But thankfully, there’s also a lot of tech that’s been designed in recent years to make that process easier for them. Specifically. Apps designed with divorced parents in mind, who need help tracking their communications, along with ways to easily store and retrieve important information, can make a huge difference in daily parenting. Being organized can make all the difference when it comes to your peace of mind, and the apps we’re sharing with you here should help with that. Here are the next two on our list:

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Coparently:

Coparently is designed to provide pretty much everything a parent could need to organize their kid’s schedules and information. Also, kids can be added to the account (although it only gives them specific access) so they can communicate with their parents.

Features and highlights:

  • Color-coded custody calendars
  • Secure messaging
  • Shared expense records
  • Online contact list for all important contacts (like doctors, dentists, babysitters, etc…)
  • Free access for other family members and caregivers

Costs: 

Coparently costs $9.99 per month or $99 per year, per parent

The Family Core:

The Family Core has a ton of great features to help divorced parents stay organized when they share custody or visitation schedules. It can even be structured to allow a current spouse of a parent access as a co-admin (for their own children), while still allowing an ex-spouse access to all the information pertaining to only their child, which is a great idea for blended families.

Features and highlights:

  • A secure chat and messaging platform
  • Geolocation of family members
  • Document scanning and storage
  • Color-coded calendars 
  • Info bank where parents can track medical info like vaccinations, doctors visits and insurance information
  • A full profile for each family member with all relevant data
  • Reminders and alerts for drop-offs, pick up, appointments and extra-curricular activities

 Costs:

Unfortunately we can’t tell you that here, as the Family Core requires that you register online for pricing information

Apps are great, but some things require help from a real expert!

If you’re a parent who wants to stay engaged, organized, and aware while co-parenting your kids, there’s an app for that. But when it comes to figuring out the mechanics of child custody during a divorce, you’re going to need a lot more than an app. But don’t worry – there’s a lawyer for that! In fact, we have lots of family law attorneys right here at The Kronzek Firm, where you’ll be in excellent hands throughout your entire divorce process.

We’ve been handling child custody and visitation cases for decades

Working out the best possible custody arrangement for your family is a process that requires significant know-how, expertise, and experience. Thankfully the family lawyers here at The Kronzek Firm have that in spades. With decades of experience handling every type of child custody arrangement imaginable in Michigan, our attorneys have limitless patience, fierce determination, and a lot of skill. Which is exactly what you need when tackling these issues. So call us at 866 766 5245 today. We’re here to help.

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