Computer running Family Law Software

Divorce Financial Planner

"I thought the software was actually pretty great. Comprehensive and fairly intuitive. It helped me frame some important decisions and put plans in place. For a layman it was just about perfect. I'd recommend it."

Paul (last name withheld by request)

What will I get or pay? (Child and spousal support.)

Child support calculations in: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.

Spousal support calculations if enacted by the state.

Complete and accurate calculations, the exact same ones used by more attorneys nationwide than any other software.

The child support calculator will continue to be available without charge even after your free month is up!

Will I have enough money to live on? (Budgeting and cash flow.)

Get realistic after-tax cash flow estimates for both parties.

Will the other party be doing better than he or she claims?

If possible, get comfort that you will be OK. If not, set up a claim for more support.

See what changes you can make to ensure solvency.

Try different scenarios around work, mortgage, child care, and health insurance.

Can I keep the home?

For people who own their home, this is one of the most common questions asked in a divorce.

Family Law Software can help you answer it.

Just enter information about your mortgage, your incomes and your other expenses, and check out the cash flow bottom line.

If it is positive, thumbs up, you made it!

If not, you can go back to the drawing board. Are there expenses you can reduce? What if you change alimony? There's no limit to the number of scenarios you can try.

Family Law Software is doing all the heavy number crunching, including a mortgate amortization and a detailed calculation of the tax aspects of the mortgage.

So you see the real after-tax impact, and you know whether you will be able to keep your home or not.

What about the future? (Projections.)

See how your cash flow will be when support ends.

Will you run out of money?

How do different choices you might make today affect the future?

How should we divide our assets and debts? (Property division.)

What would a 50/50 allocation look like?

Figure out what assets work best for you.

Prepare for your negotiation by creating scenarios that work for you.

Save Money

Divorce is expensive.

This software will save you many hours of attorney time.

You can use it to understand your financial issues yourself, instead of having them explained to you at your attorney's high hourly rate.

First Month Absolutely Free

  • No credit card.
  • No risk to give it a try.
  • If you find the Divorce Financial Planner to be valuable, sign up at $29.95 per month.
  • Either way, the child support guideline calculator is yours to keep!
  • You can't lose!
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