Research shows that successful coParenting is a leading factor in helping children thrive, especially in cases of separation or divorce.
Yes, by registering through the court, lawyer or other professional, they will have access to a third party view of your messaging, check-ins and agreements.
No, your kids cannot access your account so long as you keep your password secure.
coParenting is a parenting approach that stresses communication and alignment between the parents.
Any communication between you and your coParent may be admissible in court. Check-in history may also be admissible.
While not a non-profit, coParenter is a social venture and our success is measured by the social impact of the organization.
coParenter can help you and your coParent make better decisions for your kids by offering management and mediation tools.
To the fullest extent possible, all communication between you and a coParenter Professional is confidential and not subject to admission as evidence.
coParenter can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store for residents of the United States and Canada.
Parallel parenting indicates that parents may not be aligned with how they raise their children and parent separately vs coParenting where you align parenting.
Yes, you can change or update your regular parenting schedule.
There is no way to hire a coParenting Professional directly within the application.
There is no need to schedule an appointment with a coParenter Professional (cP Pro) as coParenter provides help on-demand.
It is $12.99 a month or $119.99 a year. Both of these include 20 free credits per month (if you buy annually you get all 240 credits up front).
Yes, as long as the schedules entered into the coParenter platform have been agreed to by both parties or ordered prior to adding them.