Divorce … There’s an App for That

divorce, divorce apps, divorce trends, DuPage County divorce attorney, divorce lawyerEven for couples who see it coming and accept its inevitable result, a divorce is not an easy experience. Divorcing spouses need all the help they can get and, in addition to the support of family, friends and a competent divorce attorney, software developers have created applications or “apps” for personal devices to help individuals manage certain aspects of divorced life.

Find an App That Meets Your Needs

When it comes to meticulous and thorough representation, there is no substitute for an experienced divorce lawyer. During the divorce process, issues such as alimony, child custody, visitation and other details can be settled as part of the final divorce decree. However, certain apps are available for

Smartphones and other devices to help ex-spouses manage post-divorce life.

The following list is a description of certain divorce-related issues for which there are apps available to help with managing the details.

  • Family Wizard helps divorced parents manage shared custody. It is designed to simplify communication of such matters as scheduling, payments, expenses, doctor visits and more.

  • Divorce Force is an online community with discussion forums, news, and other information that connects adults going through a similar experience.

  • Support Pay allows divorced couples to track child support payments, stay organized, and resolve conflicts quickly with detailed documentation.

  • 2Houses is another app created to help divorced parents manage shared custody, and all the scheduling, expenses, and visitation issues that go along with it.

  • iSplit Divorce is a mobile app designed to help with the identification, valuation, and division of marital assets and debts.

  • Out of Milk is one example of an organizational app that helps an individual make and keep a shopping list. This can be especially helpful for the divorce spouse who relied on their partner to manage this element of household management.

None of the information presented should be construed as a recommendation, but rather as a resource one can consider for use on a case by case basis. Each individual must decide for his or herself if an app designed to address certain divorce and post-divorce related issues is right for them.

Get Help from a Skilled DuPage County Divorce Attorney

Going through a divorce is a mentally and emotionally draining process, so it is important to retain experienced and knowledgeable legal assistance from a divorce attorney committed to protecting your rights. Contact a DuPage County divorce attorney as soon as possible. The Law Offices of Matthew M. William, P.C. provides meticulous and thorough representation.






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