Common Apps Help Communicate with the Other Parent
Sunday Today’s Sunday Spotlight discusses common apps to help communicate with the other parent
While divorce rates are on the decline, it is still common. Among those divorces that include children, there is widespread agreement that it is in a child’s best interest for parents to effectively co-parent long after the divorce decree is signed. Over the past several years, smartphone apps have assisted families in maintaining healthy and effective communication. Sunday Today’s recently looked into the apps and the benefits they provide families.
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If you think you and the other parent may benefit from an app, contact our experienced Family Attorney to discuss how you can obtain a court order, ordering the parties to utilize a third party co-parenting app.
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