Tax_Baby_Abacus

How much to pay for piano lessons or how to split the cost of a new snowsuit aren’t items usually covered in a settlement when parents get divorced.

Day-to-day expenses like these that aren’t covered by child support can add up and become cumbersome for parents to track.

Read: One way to protect the matrimonial home

If your client is having trouble tracking expenses with her ex-partner, a budgeting app may be the solution, reports Reuters. There are many options, including Our Family Wizard, SupportPay and 2Houses.

Read more here.

Also read:

Divorce in the digital age

Co-owners’ divorce leaves business in limbo

Originally published on Advisor.ca

Add a comment

You must be logged in to comment.

Register on Advisor.ca