WeParent allows co-parents to create and manage custody schedules. We provide a wide variety of templates (e.g., Alternating Weeks, Every Other Weekend, 2-2-3, etc.). But some families have highly unusual or irregular schedules that don’t follow a simple pre-determined pattern. No worries, you can still create schedules on WeParent to match your parenting time agreement. Here’s how.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to upload a document to WeParent. We support the following file types: PDF, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint. We also support JPEGs and PNGs, but they show up in the Photos rather than Documents section of your WeParent library.
If you received an email invitation to join WeParent as a co-parent, family member, lawyer/mediator, or child (you must be over 13 to use WeParent), or are expecting to be invited soon, please see instructions below on how to accept your invitation. You’re always covered by the family subscription, so the use of the WeParent app is completely free for you.
WeParent provides a 14-day free trial so that you can fully experience the app and see if it’s right for your family. You can cancel your trial anytime during the 14-day trial period. By the app store rules, you must cancel 24 hours before being billed, otherwise your iTunes or Google Play account will be charged. You have to do it directly through iTunes or Google Play, as they do not allow app developers to start or stop free trials or subscriptions. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to do it. Read more