Keep track of your impending "I Don'ts" on your phone
Multi-tasking on your phone is the wave of the now—anything worth doing you can do on your phone (well, most things). But preparing for a divorce? While you still need a good lawyer and enough face time with your soon-to-be-ex to make it work best for you, being able to make sure you're on top of everything has been ported over to your smartphone, whether it's an iPhone or Android-based iOS.
How much? One of the most anticipated answers is to the question we get a lot—what is it going to cost me to make this divorce work? Well, this app from
Dishon & Block [iOS only] will allow you to get the answer to your question a lot quicker. It uses formulas used by the California Family Code amongst other to get your estimated figure for monthly spousal and child support. For you Android phone users, The
Child Support Calculator can help you get a ballpark estimate on how much your little ones will cost you in the long run.
What is whose? For those looking to make fine notes about property separation can use this handy app from Stark and Stark [iOS and
Android] in New Jersey. While the emergency information in Garden State-specific, it does allow anyone across the USA to use its fine note-taking functions, as well as a depository for photos to use against abusive or violent spouses.
When it's done When a divorce is finalized, it's usually not really over, per se. There's still divided time with the kids, or keeping up with alimony payments.
The Divorce Log-for iTunes and Android-lets you track child support, alimony, time with your children, expenses and correspondence. Entries can be emailed as HTML or text to your attorney or child support office. It will also let you send text or email messages in those entries, as well. It's the only priced app we're writing up ($4.99), but it will save you a lot of time, which can be spent on more important things—like your kids.