Splitting a family is always hard regardless of your circumstances. You probably wish there were a way to make things easier, especially when you must still communicate with your spouse. In marriages without children, it is relatively easy to get a divorce without the need to keep the lines of communication open. However, when kids are involved, the need for communication continues for many years.
Family law attorneys also wish there were a way to help you through your divorce with as little emotional stress as possible. Fortunately, the technological era has provided lawyers and those divorcing in Myrtle Beach, SC, with solutions. Below, you will find a brief description of three effective forms of technology to improve communications between you and your soon-to-be-ex.
TalkingParents: This app records all exchanges shared between you and your spouse or ex-spouse and may be admissible as evidence if your troubles lead to court. When a divorce is particularly bitter or hostile, this is especially important.
OurFamilyWizard: This online brand provides many useful resources for parents, but its most valuable offering is this app. It allows parents to create and modify schedules; it helps you track and manage shared parenting costs; it facilitates communication without having to say a word to your ex.
SupportPay: As its name suggests, this app helps parents manage, pay and track child support payments. Two of its most valuable features include access to receipts for child-related expenses and the ability to set up notifications and reminders.
Technology has a place in divorce and other family law matters, but it cannot replace the guidance and personalized advocacy a lawyer provides. Using technology while also following the recommendations your attorney offers is a good way to manage your divorce as well as your life in its aftermath.