Divorce is painful, but communicating with your ex doesn’t have to be.

  • Share Updates – simply post private updates about your child and tag them to a category
  • Send a Receipt – take a picture of a receipt with your phone, tag it to a category and post it
  • Save money – eliminate fees by communicating with your ex instead of calling an attorney

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Welcome to Our Child Info

We are a private forum for divorced or separated parents to communicate and share information about their child. Our Child Info helps ease and facilitate the sometimes awkward and exhausting necessity of communication with an ex.

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Client Testimonials

My case had to be the inspiration for this site. I would go round and round with my ex when it came to things like summer visitation dates, locations, transportation and pickups. This site allowed my ex and I to document the “back and forth” without ever being face-to-face. $7.50 per month is well spent (less than one phone call to my attorney). I highly recommend it!

- W. Jackson

This website shows that I provided my ex contact information and especially extracurricular and sporting event contacts. I don’t have to upload schedules but can just post the organization or coaches contact information and they are then tasked with following up on sporting schedules. I like that I can then show that I am not to blame and have been providing information.

- H. Tupper

Using this site to clarify sports schedules has been very helpful. Practices and games get scheduled and cancelled so often that my son ended up missing many of them. I'd get blamed and trying to piece together text messages was not happening.

- C. Curry

Online program helps divorced parents with communication. OCI eliminates confusion, ignored questions, and unpleasant exchanges between parents.

- Cover Story, Sentinel News, July 2017

The site saves a record of everything communicated, eliminating he-said, she-said disputes.

- Illinois Bar Journal August 2018