Friday, May 25, 2012

Technology Helps

1. Diary
It often is helpful to prepare a diary or narrative describing the marriage, including:
a. Each parties' monetary and non-monetary contributions,
b. Child rearing/care activities of each parent,
c. Marriage history/timeline,
d. Problems and concerns throughout the marriage
e. History of criminal, legal or medical issues during the marriage
f. Employment histories throughout the marriage.

This can be prepared in any format with which you are comfortable; however, you may wish to use Penzu ( This allows you to search, sort and organize. It also is private. Just be aware that this is subject to subpoena in a court proceedings.

2. Inventory
It is important to have an inventory of your assets. Again, there is no special format required. You may wish to use iKeepm ( or OwnDepot ( OwnDepot charges a fee for its service if you wish it to prepare an inventory for you.

3. Finances
Mint (, which replaced Quicken Online) allows you to enter all of your financial accounts. It helps you develop a budget and to see where your money is going.

4. Visitation
Our Family Wizard ( is a fee based service that helps with scheduling and organization in co-parenting your children. There is even an App. for it.


Denris Lagong said...

Your employer can also never put pressure on you to resign or make your work situation unbearable for you. If this happens you may have grounds to file a personal grievance claim as it is forced resignation or constructive dismissal.

Conry Lavis said...

I'm looking for examples of technology bringing people/families together in books, movies, plays or anything! I'm trying to find instances where technology helps bring people together. IE A dad skyping with his daughter while he's across the world for work, a video game creating a bond between a mother and son, things like that!

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Suzy Frame said...

I love reading all your posts and the things you have to say about family law and anything else. I think it is all very interesting. I also love that you added that technology really can help bring people together. Thank you for always sharing great advice and points!