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Apps may help co-parenting

Texas parents who are getting divorced have no shortage of things to learn and adjust to. Figuring out how to work with a former spouse to raise children is one of those things and it is no small task. Even with the best of intentions, putting conflict aside and kids first can be a challenge. Today's technology has evolved to provide parents apps and website that may well make things a bit easier.

One of the companies that offers such a tool is 2 Houses. It gives parents the ability to consolidate communications so that they may avoid some of the in-person interactions that can often lead to or exacerbate conflict. Keeping conflict to a minimum is important because of the benefit to children when this can happen.

Through the app, parents can set up action items for themselves, each other or their kids and even write shopping lists to help make sure items are not overlooked. Expenses can be tracked which is helpful as finances are a common area in which conflict may arise.

The Online Mom explains that many apps like this are available with a range of features and capabilities. Moms and dads can upload and share photos, custody or visitation schedules and other important dates. From doctor's appointments to sports games, music recitals and more, kids' lives are busy and these handy apps may well help divorced parents stay on top of these various moving parts. Even everyday things like homework tasks can be more easily managed which helps kids who go back and forth between homes.

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