Raising a family as a divorced individual comes with many challenges. Just because people get divorced doesn’t mean they don’t have to put an effort to raise their children. These 4 child custody apps help track child-raising effects:
Alimentor: a child custody log that allows parents to record their child-raising effort, including pick-ups, disagreements, and missed visitations. It lets you control the timeshare percentage, record data for multiple guardians, and more.
Fayr: a co-parenting app that lets you track expenses, parenting time, and contributions. You will be able to print and save PDF reports. It comes with a detailed parenting calendar and categorized expensive tracker.
TheGoLog: helps you track the time and money you have spent with your children. You can add photos, track expenses, store receipts, and keep track of events.
2houses: comes with custody calendar, shared expense tracking, private messaging, and other convenient features. It comes with customizable notifications.
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