Email, text messaging, and social networking sites are great, but when it comes to important communications regarding shared-parenting responsibilities and possible litigation, these forms of electronic communication are just not up to the challenge.
We host the record, so users cannot alter it. A parent that uses Talking Parents cannot claim that their co-parent has altered the record of communications. Our records also include time and the view state of shared messages and files.
Records present a coherent view of all conversations in chronological order. You no longer need to keep up with emails, text messages, or social network communications. We keep all communications between parents in one place, forever.
Many lawyers show up to court with messy, confusing stacks of printed out emails, text messages, and screenshots from social networking sites, none of which are designed to keep an accurate, secure and readily-available record of all communications. Our tool removes the mess and inefficiency out of the co-parenting equation entirely.
No spam, junk, or off-topic distractions. We are all about solid communication between parents regarding their children. Parents know their conversations are securely stored and will be readily available to the court in the event of future litigation.
No other service is designed to do what we do and offer the specialized support that we do. We understand the needs of our users and strive to provide a high-quality experience for the parents, lawyers, and courts who rely on us every day.
You have questions. We have answers.
The best way to share your conversations with a third party is to email them a complete copy of your record in PDF format. You can do this directly from the Complete Records section of our site.
The receiving party will be able to read or print the record, and they will be able to easily and instantly search the entire document electronically. You can direct them to a specific message or conversation by referencing a page number, or they can search the record electronically by keyword.
Currently, all Talking Parents records are limited to just two participants. We plan to expand our service to allow for more than two participants on a single record, but for now, once you obtain your PDF record, it can easily be emailed or printed and shared with another party.
If you can’t remember which email address you used to sign up for your Talking Parents account or you no longer have access to it, and would like to access your account, you will need to update the email address we have on file. To do this, please contact Talking Parents support and let us know your full name, the other parent’s full name, first name and date of birth for the oldest child you have in common and the email address you would like to use for your account. Once we receive that information, we will manually update your email address so you can reset your password and regain access to your account.