Family Law Resources
Below are links to resources we have utilized in cases and may help you with communication concerns or difficulties with shared parenting. JCF Law is not affiliated with these resources, does not receive any type of financial compensation from these companies and does not endorse these resources for your use, as their success varies from case to case.
If you have further questions about these resources, or shared parenting difficulties you are facing, contact us by calling 407.327.8899 or requesting a consultation through our live chat feature.
New Chapter Capital (Divorce case funding options)
New Chapter Capital (NCC) specializes in divorce financial solutions by providing funds specifically for individuals involved in divorce proceedings.
Our Family Wizard
Shared parenting app that includes communication platform, calendar and embedded money transfer tool.
With OFW, your schedule, expenses, and communication are contained within one app, so you can solve shared custody challenges faster and without confusion. That means less conflict and more energy to focus on your children.
Shared parenting app that includes communication platform, calendar and other features. Avoid child custody disputes and minimize tension by having an unalterable record of past conversations.
Help Guide for Co-Parenting
The key to successful co-parenting is to separate the personal relationship with your ex from the co-parenting relationship. It may be helpful to start thinking of your relationship with your ex as a completely new one—one that is entirely about the well-being of your children, and not about either of you. Your marriage may be over, but your family is not; acting in your kids’ best interest is your most important priority. The first step to being a mature, responsible co-parent is to always put your children’s needs ahead of your own.
Coparently means you and your co-parent can manage your children’s busy schedule from separate homes without feeling overwhelmed.