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New service launched to help separated parents to communicate over their children’s lives

ParentPlan aims to enable co-parents to communicate effectively

ParentPlan, a secure website that helps separated and divorced parents to communicate with each other to run their children's lives, has been launched.

The aim of ParentPlan is to enable parents to keep up to date with their children even if they do not see them every day.

Members of the site can upload diary events and activities to the calendar, store contact details, display media files and relevant documents and post key reminders to the Pinboard. This information can then be shared with selected adults involved in the child's life such as carers and grandparents or other family members.

Charlotte Adler, a partner at Adler Fitzpatrick Solicitors says:

"ParentPlan is a much needed resource to take pressure off parents struggling to co-ordinate busy lives with a comprehensive easily accessible website. ParentPlan will be an invaluable platform for parents to ensure the interests of the children are put first."

ParentPlan is free to all users until 1 June 2016.

For details of the service provided by ParentPlan, click here.