Nothing is more important than your children. Qustody can help ensure you get to spend as much time as possible with them. The web-based platform provides parents going through a divorce or separation with calendars that they can use to track the amount of time that individual caregivers spend with their children. Qustody also helps to define the days and times when children should be cared for by each member of the family.
The more data collected in a custody dispute situation, the more likely you are to avoid a “he said, she said” battle in court. Even if an attorney or judge hasn’t recommended you start keeping a custody calendar yet, you may still need to provide a record of the time you’ve spent with your children at some point in the future. By using Qustody, you can guarantee that the record you submit is accurate. Create a new calendar using Qustody, and start tracking the days and hours that you and other caregivers are spending with your children. Combine the individual calendars you’ve created for yourself, grandparents, and other relatives to create a comprehensive picture of the true situation.
Once you’ve got a basic custody schedule set up, define a series of Quick Days templates. These templates can be inserted into your calendar, and they are useful when it comes to visualizing who a child is going to be with at any given time. Qustody creates real-time reports that show your custody times and provides statistics based on how much time your children are spending with other caregivers in your family.
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