While it is not necessary for both parents to join coParenter, the platform works best when both parents subscribe. If you’re coParent is unwilling to join, or you’d prefer not to have them on the platform, we have SoloMode that allows you to communicate with your coParent via SMS. The subscribing parent can maintain an organized, cohesive and secure record of all communication, attempts to resolve issues and agreements reached. Showing that you have made a good faith effort to resolve conflict is crucial if you do end up in court- especially when arguing over attorney fees. If one parent refuses to use coParenter after a Judge has made an order to do so, they may be held in contempt. Regardless of any potential for court, coParenter is a valuable tool to assist you in making the best decisions for your children.
You’re using the app but could use a little help.
What if my coParent won’t join? Can I still use the app?
If your coParent is unwilling to join, or you’d prefer not to have them on the platform, we have SoloMode.