Legal Professionals: Speak With Us

As a leading co-parenting app that's been used by over 50,000 parents, we provide practical information to help parents ensure the best possible future for their children.

In our regional guides:

  • We introduce the local terminology about child custody.
  • We link to court forms so parents can open their case.
  • We anticipate typical legal processes for common situations.
  • We explain the benefits of working with lawyers and mediators.

We consider different kinds of families, including parents who are divorcing or who were never married to each other. We strive for the utmost accuracy to be sure we're putting parents on the right track.

There's high demand for this information, and people trust Custody X Change.

We'd like to speak with you

Are you a lawyer, mediator or other legal professional who's experienced in child custody?

Can you tell us how child custody works in your state or province — or even at your county level?

In return, we link to the firms that have helped us, barring any unforeseen circumstances. (See what we've done for our sources in New York.) Our site gets 200k–250k monthly visitors. Let the traffic to our site help your prospective clients find you too.

If you'd like to help, contact us and we'll be happy to talk.

More about us

Custody X Change is an online app for parents and legal professionals.

Since 2005, this powerful tool has helped parents create professional-quality parenting plans, report on the difference between planned time and actual time, track expenses, record evidence in a digital journal, message each other and print it all for court.

Legal professionals can also use it to suggest schedules to their clients, calculate parenting time, create court-ready documents and stay up-to-date with clients' lives.

Bring calm to co‑parenting. Agree on a schedule and plan. Be prepared with everything documented.

Make My Plan


50/50, 60/40, 70/30, 80/20

Long distance schedules

Third party schedules


Summer break

Parenting provisions


How to make a schedule

Factors to consider

Parenting plans:

Making a parenting plan

Changing your plan

Interstate, long distance

Temporary plans

Guides by location:

Parenting plans

Scheduling guidelines

Child support calculators

Age guidelines:

Birth to 18 months

18 months to 3 years

3 to 5 years

5 to 13 years

13 to 18 years


Joint physical custody

Sole physical custody

Joint legal custody

Sole legal custody

Product features:

Software overview

Printable calendars

Parenting plan templates

Journal what happens

Expense sharing

Parenting time tracking

Calculate time & overnights

Ways to use:

Succeed by negotiating

Prepare for mediation

Get ready for court