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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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Click here to learn how to submit subpoenas, court orders and other requests for information.


 

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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

I rarely write in about service but I felt compelled to complement the help line and customer service with Our Family Wizard. I felt overwhelmed after receiving our parenting agreement and having my children's father set up calender incorrectly that did not reflect our parenting agreement. The staff quickly helped support me in setting up proper...
- Elizabeth S on 6/12/17
OFW is a blessing. My ex wife and I have been divorced for over 9 years and I was told it would get easier. Not even close. She has been a nightmare to coparent with. Then I begged for OFW after looking up "coparenting with a high conflict person". OFW allows the emotion to be taken out of the conflicts and you can treat the relationship like a...
- Jeff R on 5/5/17

Blog Posts

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As a divorced parent, you may have encountered lots of confusion and stress when working with your co-parent to figure out how best to handle shared expenses and reimbursements for child-related costs. Money is a sensitive subject for many people to talk about, and even the...
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Facebook revealed last year that their users spent an average of 50 minutes per day scrolling through their feeds. As busy coparents, you may have less opportunity than the average Facebook user to consume memes during the day, but even if you're a casual user of social media...
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Overcoming conflict is often easier said than done between two individuals who have divorced or separated. Ending the relationship may have provided some relief to the conflict between the parties involved, but those who have children together learn quickly that there is a need...