New iPad App for Divorce Market Helps Split Assets and Debts

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"Visual Computing" in iSplit Divorce makes process more understandable, less painful, more efficient.

APG Mobile Applications launched its flagship “visual computing” product, iSplit Divorce, for the iPad.

The benefits: 1) divorcing couples can now get the conversation started of “who gets what” more easily resulting in a shortened, less painful and acrimonious experience; 2) the elapsed time for making decisions is shortened.

“Instead of cumbersome, slow and abstract paper forms, iSplit Divorce allows divorcing couples to see ‘who’s getting what’ in realtime through a very graphic interface,” says founder, CIO and techpreneur George Moskoff.

Debts and assets are recalculated and “configurations” are saved automatically as icons are moved around the screen and assets and debts are “split--” the App can go way beyond 50/50 with a “slider bar.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are more than 1,000,000 divorces (50% of first marriages) annually in the U.S. and similar numbers in developed countries. APG MA is currently supporting customers in five continents: Asia, North America, Central America, Oceania and Europe.

The App is well positioned for the emerging niche of collaborative law and allows sharing of the data across multiple platforms for users, family lawyers, mediators, etc.

Three versions of iSplit are offered: Lite (Free); Standard - $9.99 and Premium ($14.99). Each version offers an increasing level of sophistication, complexity and sharing options. The next major version, iSplit Divorce Pro, will be marketed to family law attorneys who can use the App with their clients. That Version will be available on November 15, 2012.

iSplit is part of a suite of five mobile apps that APG Mobile Applications is now developing for the Marital Dissolution niche. All of these Apps help to increase the efficiency of the dissolution process, reduce the cost (legal fees) and minimize the emotional pain. APG MA is also developing Apps for at-risk school-aged children.

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