Free apps offer insight into divorce

FAMILY law specialists Watts McCray have developed two free tablet apps offering advice on divorce, de-facto relationships, child support, child custody, property settlement, pre-nup or de facto agreements and separation issues.

Niamh Dobson, Liz Lester, Pam Lyndon and Evelyn Callaghan

Lawyer Pam Lyndon.

“Family legal issues can be incredibly stressful, and in today’s world people want access to information anywhere, anytime,” says Canberra-based partner Pam Lyndon.

‘The apps are not meant to replace legal advice, but they support changes in lifestyle, behaviour and technology. People are extremely mobile and want access through smart and innovative technology quickly.”

The apps are available to Apple, Android and Windows smart phone and tablet users.

Pam says the myDivorce and myAussieDivorce apps were developed to provide Australians living here and overseas with information they may need if considering a divorce or separating from a partner.

‘The myAussieDivorce app was designed for the increasing number of Australians living overseas, including professionals being sought after in Asia,” Pam says.

“These people often live in different time zones and this is an easy and accessible way for them to become familiar with a base level of information. The app is targeted at those living in Canada, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, UK, US and Vietnam.”




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