Going through a divorce will inevitably change your financial situation. Managing your expenses during the divorce and controlling your new post‑divorce budget will increase the sense of safety and help you make optimum financial decisions.
There are two typical approaches to choosing the scope of expenses tracked in Alimentor.
In Alimentor each expense is assigned to a specific payer and beneficiaries. This allows users to independently analyze and report expenses for each caregiver (you, the other parent, grandparents, …) and child.
Detailed information about the expense can be stored in the notes field.
This helps users record partial or late payments, and allows Alimentor to detect and report deviations from the target budget.
Each Alimentor record can contain multiple photos and PDF files.
Photos are reported in the last two chapters of Alimentor reports: "Best Interests of the Child" and "Custody Log".
Attachments are output at the end of the report.
Alimentor expense records can represent payments between parents. This functionality can be used to manage reimbursements.
You can also export your data to a spreadsheet file (.xlsx) in order to perform some advanced calculations or to create charts.
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