The additions in this new version give parents a complete set of tools to start and continue with their parenting plans. It makes it easy to know exactly what is going on so that parents can end up with the best custody agreement for their situation.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2009
Custody X Change, a computer software tool that allows divorced parents and professionals to create parenting plans and custody agreements, announced today that a new version of the software has been released. The new version lets the user keep track of actual visitation time and produces a report that shows the actual time compared to the scheduled visitation time. Along with tracking the time, the parents can also journal and keep notes about visitation and other important events.
Divorced parents and professionals welcome these long awaited additions to the software. There has been much positive feedback about tracking the visitation time and journaling. Many parents are discovering that this improves their custody situation. The addition of tracking and journaling to the software gives parents the tools to manage their custody agreement after it has been settled. Parents can know the exact amount of time they are actually getting with the children, and they can keep a log book of notes so they can remember everything that is going on. Professionals recommend that parents keep track of these things so they will be prepared if they need to go back to court and get changes made to their parenting plan.
Ben Coltrin, the creator of Custody X Change, said "Parents have been requesting the features of tracking and journaling since the beginning of Custody X Change. We are very excited to offer this to parents because we know how useful it will be to parents in a custody situation." Coltrin continued, "The additions in this new version give parents a complete set of tools to start and continue with their parenting plans. It makes it easy to know exactly what is going on so that parents can end up with the best custody agreement for their situation."
Ben Coltrin, who graduated with an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management last year, launched Custody X Change in 2005 after an attorney approached him and told him of the need for solid child custody software for attorneys and parents. Since then, Custody X Change has been used by thousands of divorced parents and legal professionals who deal with custody issues. The software has a good reputation for being very user friendly and for letting parents create a customized parenting plan that includes a custody and visitation schedule, holidays and vacation time, provisions and stipulations about parenting, an exact time-share and overnight percentage report, and professional documents the user can print that explains the plan in legal terms.
The new version of the software is now available for purchase. Custody X Change also offers a free thirty day trial for new users to find out how the software can help their situation.