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7 Apps to Make Co-Parenting Easier

Parenting can be one of the most rewarding experiences for some people. However, for parents with shared custody, it can lead to stress and anxiety.

While co-parenting is beneficial for the child, it can be difficult for the parents to get along. However, with various technology available, it’s easier than ever to co-parent. Co-parenting apps have become increasingly popular. The family law attorneys from O’Malley Law share the best seven mobile apps on the market.

Our Family Wizard

Features:

  • Calendar

  • Message board

  • Expense log

  • Journal

  • Info bank

Available on: IOS and Android

Price: Starting at $99 per parent per year

coParenter

Features:

  • Messaging

  • Check-in times for custody exchanges

  • To-do list

  • Information bank

  • Synced calendar (Coming Soon)

Available on: IOS and Android

Price:

They offer a free 30-day trial, and plans afterward start at $119.99 per year per parent.

Talking Parents

Features:

  • Easy and secure messaging with unalterable record history

  • Shared calendar

  • Attachment library - Attach & share important files

  • Personal journal

Available on: IOS and Android

Price: The website is free to use in the standard plan, but if members want access to the mobile app and other features, they will have to pay $5.99 per month.

CoParently

Features:

  • Custody calendar

  • Co-parent communication system

  • Shared expense report

  • Share important contact information

Available on: There is not an actual app, but the mobile webpage is developed to work on iPhone and Android devices.

Price: $99 per parent per year.

Truece

Features:

  • Messenger

  • Calendar

  • Expenses

  • Parenting time log

  • Reports

Available on: IOS and Android

Price: Depending on the plan, subscriptions range from free to $99 per year.

2Houses

Features:

  • Calendar

  • Finance management system

  • Messages

  • Information bank

  • Albums

  • Journal

Available on: IOS and Android

Price: After the 14-day trial, the app is $150 annually per family.

AppClose

Features:

  • Calendar

  • Messenger

  • Requests

  • Expenses

  • Export records

Available on: IOS and Android

Price: Free

Which App is the Best?

All of these apps can be beneficial to parents with joint custody. Co-parents should make their app choice based on their budget and what features are the most useful for their family’s personal goals. Regardless of what option you decide on, an app can make you a more efficient co-parent.

Have Child Custody Problems? A Clarks Summit Family Law Attorney Can Help.

If you are having issues with your child custody agreement, do not hesitate to reach out to the family law attorneys at O’Malley Law Office, LLC. We understand how important your children are, and we are ready to protect you and your child’s best interests.

Call O’Malley Law Office today at (570) 391-0866 for a free consultation.