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Non-traditional situations

TalkingParents is an obvious choice for high-conflict, criminal, and restraining order cases, but it can also be an ideal solution for other legal matters involving parents, and even some that don’t. The most common non-traditional use case is low-conflict, like divorces, paternity actions, and child custody modifications, that involve parents who get along well and communicate effectively on their own. Situations like these come up enough that we have a page dedicated to these cases with some creative ideas to help co-parents avoid any future litigation by utilizing TalkingParents in a less traditional way.

Beyond low-conflict cases, there are some truly non-traditional uses for TalkingParents. Over the years, our service has been utilized for a wide variety of legal cases, and we encourage lawyers and courts to be creative and find new uses for our service.

Some examples of non-traditional use cases

  • TalkingParents can be used as a means of communication in certain adoption cases. Our service can be utilized for adoptions when some information regarding a child needs to be shared between parties, but actual contact information or location cannot be disclosed. Depending on the circumstances TalkingParents can be used to send messages, share pictures or videos, store and share documents, keep a central repository of important information, facilitate telephone or video calls, and handle money transfers. All these features are available without sharing actual contact information or location, and the details of every action taken through our service are securely and permanently preserved in our Unalterable Records.
  • Similar to some adoption cases, TalkingParents can be utilized as a means of communication in certain foster care cases. Depending on the circumstances, our service can be used to send messages, share pictures or videos, store and share documents, keep a central repository of important information, facilitate telephone or video calls, and handle money transfers. All these features are available without sharing actual contact information or location, and the details of every action taken through our service are securely and permanently preserved in our Unalterable Records.
  • TalkingParents can be used in cases that do not involve children at all but could benefit from Unalterable Records of all communications and interactions between parties. For example, we have seen TalkingParents ordered for probate cases when one party claims all matters have been resolved, only to find out in court that there was a misunderstanding or disagreement stemming from poor communication between parties and a poor record.
The information on this page is not intended to serve as legal advice or instruction. This page is intended to provide qualified legal professionals with information and ideas to help them utilize TalkingParents as a part of their professional practice.