Child Custody Software

When you’re navigating shared custody, you’ll need the tools that can handle your family’s information efficiently. OurFamilyWizard is an easy-to-use, centralized platform for all of your communication needs.

Viewing a 70-30 parenting schedule on the OFW mobile app

Custody battles can be extremely difficult, and there is often a huge amount of information to keep track of. Staying organized during a custody battle can be very tricky, especially when this coincides with a divorce, other legal proceedings, your daily life, and trying to keep your kids under control. Juggling all these different aspects of life is not easy, and child custody software is a solution that can help. OurFamilyWizard® offers a number of different tools and functions to help reduce the impact of stress, exhaustion, and disorganization that tend to come with a custody battle.

OurFamilyWizard® is essentially a digital portal for parents that are trying to work through any number of different legal proceedings. One area of specialization is child custody, and there are plenty of different types of tools that you can use to make things easier. Standalone child custody software is often insufficient, as a custody battle is rarely the only thing going on. Having a centralized location that not only handles custody information but also collects all other relevant information for other family law applications is an excellent way to stay more organized and reduce the amount of time you spend looking for information.

The documentation services provided by OurFamilyWizard® can be used in court, increasing the convenience of the service. Standalone child custody software can not typically be used in court or must go through a lengthy certification process that almost negates the efficiency in the first place. By taking advantage of the services provided by OurFamilyWizard®, you will not only save a significant amount of time, but you can save money on legal fees as well. This is because  OurFamilyWizard® will cut down on how often you need to consult an attorney for advice.

NOTE: Many state and federal laws use terms like ‘custody’ when referring to arrangements regarding parenting time and decision-making for a child. While this has been the case for many years, these are not the only terms currently used to refer to these topics.

Today, many family law practitioners and even laws within certain states use terms such as ‘parenting arrangements’ or ‘parenting responsibility,’ among others, when referring to matters surrounding legal and physical child custody. You will find these terms as well as custody used on the OurFamilyWizard website.