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Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log

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$3.99
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Productivity & Finance
Last Update
Jan 11, 2020
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264

Avg rating,
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⭐4.8

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Alimentor 2 helps you record documentation in your child custody case and monitor compliance with an already established custody agreement.<br><br>Log pick‑ups, drop‑offs, no‑shows and withheld visitations. Add notes, scans, photos and PDF files. Control the timeshare percentage, total hours and overnights. Keep a history of parent‑child calls (date, time, duration), including unanswered calls. Log expenses and scan receipts. Create easy to read, comprehensive court admissible reports.<br><br>COMPREHENSIVE CALENDAR<br>• Log parenting time, call history, expenses, and notes.<br>• Check how changes to individual visitations affect your timeshare percentage.<br>• Color-coded time bars show exact events duration.<br>• Control how your custody schedule aligns with holidays and other important family or business events.<br>• Use external and built-in holidays calendars (US, CA, AU).<br><br>COURT ADMISSIBLE REPORTS<br>• Create easy to read reports (.pdf) containing color-coded calendars.<br>• Layouts: Actual, Schedule, Actual vs. Schedule.<br>• Send reports to the other parent or lawyer, or submit to the court.<br>• Save your lawyer's time by providing “Best Interests of the Child” listing.<br>• Export your records to a spreadsheet file (.xlsx) for further processing.<br><br>ACTUAL VS. PLANNED <br>• Log no‑shows, withheld visitations, missing payments and disagreements.<br>• Monitor the gap between scheduled and actual: timeshare percentage, hours, overnights, expenses. <br>• Concurrently store information about both planned and actual visitation dates and hours.<br><br>ICLOUD SYNC<br>• Securely backup, sync and share your data using Apple’s iCloud.<br>• No need to create an account or remember a new password.<br>• Avoid accidental data loss when your device is lost or damaged.<br><br>NO SUBSCRIPTION FEES. NO IN-APP PURCHASES.<br><br>To learn more and view sample documents visit: alimentor.org.<br><br>You can also download Alimentor 2 for Mac (sold separately) to schedule and track parenting time from the comfort of your desktop. Enjoy the full‑screen calendar and instant report preview, edit multiple events at the same time, easily add images and PDF files stored on your Mac.<br><br>———<br><br>App Store reviews of previously released versions (1.9.6 and earlier):<br><br>“My only regret about this app is that I did not find it sooner.” - iDad7X<br><br>“I honestly never take the time to write reviews for apps. Though, this app is SO worth the money. It is so helpful for noting parenting arrangements (especially when they change all the time), payments, and notes.” - Trezkholl0806<br><br>“For those who have that problem with their Ex who is always placing blame and is untrustworthy, well this is the perfect tool!! Document, document, document!!” - JA.Leyva<br><br>“After a crazy divorce this is the perfect tool to keep records.” - MsSmith122<br><br>“This app is everything you need in case you find yourself litigating with your ex in court for custody or child support. Since in California child support is calculated based on real parenting time, everything you need to do is to print out your calendars with parenting time/percentage from the app and attach it to your declaration/motion/RFO. Worked well for me.” - WShaunM<br><br>———<br><br>Proper documentation in a child custody case is key for support in family court. Start tracking your child‑raising efforts today.<br><br>If you are missing any functionality or if you have any questions about the app, please contact us at: feedback@alimentor.org.<br>

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Tech Dad Tee
May 18, 2019

This app and my commitment to document the fatherhood experience with my sole was most likely the reason I won joint custody during an intense battle with my ex-wife. I was able to organize and print out all of the expenses and moments with my son. When I dropped off the exhibit on the Judge, it was like a 3” inch book that journaled 2 years of childcare, nurturing, and taking responsibility as a Father. Irrefutable. Undeniable. And many of the claims that were made from the other side were immediately made false once I presented the report from Alimentor into my case. When you combine the tenacity to win custody of your child with this tool, you will have some amazing results.

KELLYMDFLA
May 10, 2019

Even though it appears issues with my ex, fueled by the new spouse, are coming to an end and our case is about to be closed again I came across this app and thought it might be really useful just in case we end up back where we started. I absolutely love it so far! This will be my go to from this day forward and all of the notes, screenshots of call logs, clutter on my personal calendar, receipts, no-shows, and everything else co-Parenting/Parenting or custody related can be put in this app. I only see one thing missing. Either I haven’t figured out how or there’s no way to add calls between parents. If I’m not overlooking it and it’s not an option that's currently available, please consider adding it. I can’t possibly be the only parent who would find the ability to log parent to parent calls extremely useful. If that’s an option I’ve missed, I’ll immediately change my rating to 5 stars. If you update the app so parent to parent phone calls can be logged, I might contact Apple and ask if they can add a 6th star just for your company.

PrimaryDad17
Sep 06, 2019

This app has been such a godsend when documenting everything for custody. It has helped declutter our office space and our phones of the notes on phones, notebooks, printed and saved emails and photos and screenshots etc.... Also has made life easier where we no longer have to keep the custody order close at hand to reference the schedule variations for holidays and summer. It’s all in this apps calendar all the way until child turns 18. Especially love the best interest factors. That has helped the lawyer and judge be able to have a minimal amount of documentation to sift through and even the judge agreed the report print out was easier to read and see since we were able to Print out only what was relevant to the matter at hand. Currently I and my spouse(stepparent) only use it because other parent refuses to agree with having an app for coparenting allowed in the court order. One suggestion we have is maybe have a section on the options (where it has memo, time, calls, expenses) for child’s sports schedule or an extracurricular section (to be able to rename it) for those schedules. Currently we have to use the memo option but would really like to make this easier by having a sport or extracurricular (ex: scouts) option to choose to input on calendar.

Inocen1
Jan 16, 2020

I am so impressed with this app that I’m writing a rare review. They really thought of everything with this app. The little detail are all there. For example, when you make an entry it suggests the same note for the next entry. It’s super easy to make entries too which is the whole point here. If you’ve been diligent you’ll be rewarded with an amazing and thorough report of your time with the child and any conflicts you’ve had (hopefully none) with the other party along the way. I couldn’t be more happy with my experience here. This developer needs to make more apps because they are clearly top tier.

.Dar
Nov 28, 2018

If you’re in need of an app to keep track of your child related events such as but not limited to time sharing, events, expenses, etc. Look no further! This app is the best hands down! This app will keep all of your records for you, and put it into a beautiful eye candy report. This report can come in handy should you need to go to court, or simply for records keeping. I been using Alimentor 1 and the upgrade its pretty nice, can’t say enough nice things about it! I normally don’t leave reviews, but this app is so good to have something made EASY out of what it is an already exhausting and difficult battle.

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About Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log

Developed by Tomasz Domanski.

Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log is ranking in   Productivity & Finance

Last update was at Jan 11, 2020and the current version is 2.3.2.

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Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log have a 264a user reviews.

Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log was released in the App Store. It is developed by Tomasz Domanski, who have also released the following apps.

Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log has 264 user reviews.​

Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log has an average rating of 4.8. ​The latest version of Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log 2.3.2​ ​​was ​released on Jan 11, 2020​.

You can download Alimentor 2: Child Custody Log ​here

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