The first parent to sign up pays only $7.50 per month and needs to know the other parent's email. First month free, cancel at any time. The other parent will receive an email from email@example.com that includes a unique access code to create their account. The second parent gets a free account. This pay-for-both feature eliminates financial concerns from the second parent and makes OurChildInfo the most inexpensive site of its kind. No advertisements or access by 3rd parties or outside search engines. Even if you only use the site to record notice of summer parenting time, money is well spent. Two years costs less than one hour with an attorney.
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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
My ex and I do not get along and services encouraging "co-parenting" are useless. This site saves all information provided and questions asked. Since my ex cannot delete or backdate responses or requests, this site has become very helpful for me prove that history.
- H. Casey
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
[OurChildInfo] claim[s] further uniqueness in that a parent can’t delete, back date or alter data and can print out a log file with date and time stamped log file.
- Texas Bar Blog March 2019
This website was a potential solution to a daily problem plaguing my clients going through divorce and custody battles!
- Oklahoma College of Law March 2019