New Android App Helps You Keep Track of Your Divorce
I was driving down the highway the other day and saw a HUGE GRUB on a billboard. Below the picture of the nasty little creature was the line, "We have an App for that." The lawn company was promoting it's grub "eradication" program.
Well just when you thought you had seen every concieveable application for smart phones, along comes the Divorce App. This application allows you to conveniently keep track of child support, visitation, expenses, and correspondence. Going through a divorce can be a very stressful time, and staying organized can go a long way towards helping you maintain your sanity. If you are tech savy, consider adding this handy app to your smartphone.
Staying Organized is Key in Divorce
As if the mental part of a divorce wasn't enough, add the care of children into the mix and things can get very chaotic very quick. When is Johnny's soccer practice over? What time does Tiffany have to be at band practice? Did I pay the electric bill yet? When am I supposed to get the next support payment?
Don't try to handle all of these things alone. I encourage my clients to take advantage of technology as much as they are comfortable to help them stay organized. If you are not quite ready for "active sync" and "apps" and all the other latest technology, then don't be afraid to go "old school" and buy a day planner. Anything is better than nothing. Staying organized is key to keeping your stress level manageable, and allow you to focus on staying healthy and rested.
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