Cent is the #1 recommended app by divorce financial advisors, family lawyers, and mediators.
Whether your child just got their annual dental checkup or went for a piano lesson, your co-parent will be invoiced the minute you record the expense.Learn more
Received an invoice from your co-parent? Review and pay for it quickly. The sooner you pay, the better it would be for your children, you, and your co-parent.Learn more
Does your child have a recurring expense such as a tutoring session or a soccer club? You can invoice your co-parent easily and get paid quickly.Learn more
No one likes unpleasant surprises such as a big expense, even for your child. You can get your co-parent's pre-approval to avoid a conflict.Learn more
In a blended family, an expense can be for one child or multiple children. It doesn't matter. You can assign a single expense to any number of children.Learn more
You will have a picture of your standing on child support as a payer and a recipient. There will never be any excuses on either party's part.Learn more
Do you have children with multiple partners? You can assign expenses to each co-parent for the children you have with them.Learn more
Your co-parent may not want to jointly track your children's expenses and pay for them. But for your records, you can do it as a solo parent.Learn more
A complete summary and separate reports by the expense status on whether it has been reimbursed or not. Same for approvals and rejections.Learn more
Do you need a report on your expenses? You can print or download it in the CSV format that you can view with Excel, Google Sheets, or Mac OS Numbers.Learn more
Everyone hates tracking and storing paper receipts in an envelope or a binder. You can scan or upload expense receipts, and they will stay online forever.Learn more
A dispute over children's expenses can happen. No more of he said she said. You can get a clear picture for dispute resolution with or without an attorney.Learn more
95% of the children get support payments. It covers all expenses permitted by family courts. Co-parents have fewer disputes.
Family courts want co-parents to get along for their children's welfare. They can now be compliant with city, state, and federal laws.
Regardless of where you and your co-parent live, you can share your children's expenses without any friction or violations.