Divorce and separation is a challenging time. Not only is it emotionally confronting but agreeing a financial separation and a parenting agreement can be an extremely complex process.
We developed the Divorce Source App to help you through the process and make your separation journey a little easier.
The app is an on-the-go diary to help you get organised and stay organised. It helps you manage your paperwork throughout the separation process. It helps you document what was said and done, and when.
The court recognises a diary system for recording all relevant paperwork so why not have it all in one easy app that is secure and can be updated on-the-go.
Input and export data easily from your mobile device. Everything is in one place and easily accessible whenever you need it.
It features a child custody calculator tool to detail when the children are with each parent and immediately gives you an up-to-date percentage of care.
Why not let the Divorce Source App organise your documents, so you can focus on the important things - like creating your new future.
It's really easy to use.
Simply put the information you need to record for your divorce application into the app.
You can upload photos of receipts or any other document or communication.
This can all be done in real time as it happens. It's all collated by category.
You can then export your report from the app into excel. It’s easy to use and the report is in date and category order.
The Divorce Source app is available 24/7 when you need it.
You can note parenting time, activities, events.
Record all you expenses, calculate who pays what.
Upload receipts and other documents.
Make notes on communication (sms, email, phone conversations).
All of which goes into an easily exportable report which you can use to support your affidavit when you apply for divorce
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