Getting divorced in Virginia with child custody issues? Use These Tools for Easier Parenting

Posted on Mar 22, 2012 by Hofheimer Family Law

Getting divorced in Virginia can present you with a host of challenges, especially if you’re a parent. Your schedule and living arrangements might change as you adapt to your Virginia child custody arrangements. Luckily there are some tools that can help you be more organized when approaching post-divorce parenting.

With technology such a large part of our (and our kids’) lives, many of us find that cell phone applications (apps) are useful for many areas of life and work. With your phone never far away, the following apps can be live savers.

We all know that money can go quickly when you have kids, and that cash can be tight after a divorce. The Lemon app allows you to keep track of your expenditures. You can scan receipts with your phone and save them so you know how much you spent.

Raising kids after getting divorced in Virginia often means compromise, even when it comes to meeting spots. You can use the convenient InBetween app to find restaurants, parks, and other kid-friendly locations midway between your home and your ex’s.

The 2 Houses app lets you and your ex log and exchange vital family info like:

  • expenditures;
  • important dates;
  • appointments;
  • the child’s health information; and
  • more.

These apps can make for a much easier and more secure Virginia child custody arrangement. Utilizing these great apps as well as others can help you streamline your post-divorce experience and make for less stressful life.

Contacting a Virginia Divorce Attorney

Our Virginia divorce attorneys care about your rights, the welfare and happiness of your children, and your financial security. Let us use our unique experience to help you focus on your goals for the future and your family. To learn more about Virginia divorce, request a FREE copy of our divorce book for women in Virginia, or reserve your seat at our monthly divorce seminar – 757-425-5200.