Divorce can be challenging at times, but with a little technological help, you can get through it. Don’t be afraid to try out these amazing apps that help make dealing with your ex a little easier.

Our Family Wizard

Our Family Wizard is a great tool for those co-parents who don’t exactly get along. It seems to be the #1 co-parenting app on the market. Some of the awesome features of this app include colour-coded, child-specific calendars, message boards (that restrict deleting, editing, and retracting messages), expense logs, and journals that allow you to vent.
expenses. Splitwise makes it easy for co-parents to split bills, share bills, and send IOU’s. This app can be used for the minimal expenses like the kids lunches, or for major expenses like household bills. Splitwise does the math for you so you can focus on the more important things in life, like spending time with your kids.

2Houses

2Houses is an another app that can be super beneficial to those parents who always want to be involved, but never want to communicate with one another. 2Houses offers shared calendars, message boards, and photo sharing, but it also includes kid-specific reminders such as food allergies or doctors appointments that may be forgotten.

Parentship

if you’re a busy, on-the-go parent who needs a little extra reminder, Parentship is the app for you. You can create profiles for each kid where you can input all of their important information such as medical details, social security numbers, and birth certificates. Partnership also sends out personal reminders for certain events such as birthdays, soccer practices, and music classes, never letting you miss a thing.

SplitWise

Splitwise is great for parents who split all of your children’s expenses. Splitwise makes it easy for co-parents to split bills, share bills, and send IOU’s. This app can be used for the minimal expenses like the kids lunches, or for major expenses like household bills. Splitwise does the math for you so you can focus on the more important things in life, like spending time with your kids.
Do you have an app that’s your “go-to” when it comes to dealing with your ex? Please share it with our readers, we’re all in this together.