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Screenshot of mycasesSince 2001, we have been helping families across the world reduce conflict by simplifying and documenting communication.

• Working with clients is easier than ever with access to one or both parents in a family.

• Control client communication and put a stop to mindless CC’s.

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Court Ordered in nearly all 50 states and 6 Canadian provinces.

Hundreds of family law judges, justices and magistrates in nearly all 50 states and 6 Canadian provinces are ordering families to use the OurFamilyWizard website in contested cases.  The reason is simple: families who use the OurFamilyWizard website do not return to court nearly as often - or in some cases, ever.  The right tools can empower parents to handle their own issues in real time.  Help create the platform for a long term communication solution for not only families, but for your own practice. 

Click here to see actual order langauge showing how family law judges are incorporating the use of the OurFamilyWizard website.


Accurate records of what was, and what was supposed to be.

To family courts and judges, distinguishing between what was planned versus what actually occurred is important.  On OurFamilyWizard, it is easy to make this differentiation.  Rules built into the system protect the integrity of the information sent and received in order to present the clearest picture of what was planned in contrast to reality.

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Endorsements

OFW® won the 2012 Reader's Choice Award winner in About.com's "Best Online Communication Tool for Co-Parents" contest

Unlike most aspects of dealing with divorces and conflicting ideas regarding children, your service's customer service is a breath of air in a part of life that is drowning from a lack of communication.
- Anonymous on 10/26/16
Our Family Wizard was a very useful tool for us as we began to co-parent our child in two homes.  It helped us to communicate in a way that was productive.  Knowing that it could be viewed by a judge or mediator, it encouraged us to be responsible in our communication and held us accountable. In a high conflict situation, Our Family Wizard was a...
- Jeannette Green on 3/30/16

Blog Posts

1 day 9 min ago
When thinking about a divorce, money and splitting assets often comes to mind. Each party wants to protect their own financial well-being and the property they value most. If a prenuptial agreement is not in place, the way in which assets like real estate, retirement accounts,...
5 days 23 hours ago
When shared parenting plans call for the kids to split their time living with each parent, it can be hard for the whole family to adapt to this change. It can be hard for the kids to get used to frequently transitioning between homes, but it can also be tough for a parent to...
1 week 1 day ago
The marital home is a common point of contention during a divorce. If children are in the picture, one or both parents may hold tight to the belief that keeping the home is vital for the sake of the children. Deciding what to do with the home in a divorce can be difficult, but...