SupportPay for Moms

According to the Census Data25% of U.S. families are headed by a single parent, and 80% of these single-parent headed households are moms. This means that you are not alone in this. We understand what you are going through, and want to help you.

You have a clear understanding of how much it costs to raise your children, but your ex-partner might not, and this is where co-parenting gets hard. This discrepancy can be a source of tension because you feel like you constantly have to justify yourself for the expenses made. Let us take that tension away by providing you space to clearly lay out what you spent, and give the other party a way to see all the expenses in the same place. This will allow you to spend more time with your children, and less time worrying about your finances.

Spreadsheet

Currently, you might be using a manual tracking system for child support and shared expenses, such as the spreadsheet on the left. You take the time to enter the information and send it over to the other party, but they might not look at it on time, and you have to keep reminding them to make the payments. Having to manually track your shared expenses, and check that the amount deposited matches the amount due is a huge amount of time spent, that could be avoided if you used the SupportPay app.

We understand that you are busy. Having to constantly remind your children’s dad when and how much he needs to pay for his children’s expenses can create unnecessary stress and tension. SupportPay is an easy tool to avoid draining discussions about your finances. You simply go in the app, enter what you spent, attach the receipts, and it will automatically notify the other party that they have a payment due.

With SupportPay, you can have your child support and shared expenses all in one place, and have a record of it, enforceable in court, if the other party is not completing the payments.