Simplifying payments and communications

With four easy steps to share payments or make direct support payments

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1. Register

Receive a login and password. You or your attorney may open an account for you.

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2. Invite Co-parent

Emails is sent to other co-parent, your co-parent, or their attorney. Co-parent opens account linked with yours and mutually consents to each shared payment or direct pay support.
There is no access by either co-parent to each other’s payment methods.

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3. Enter Payment Information

Payment may be made with: ACH debit (from a bank account)

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4. Enter the company or individual to be paid and percentage share

Click here to open form. Payment Confirmation emails sent. Verify payments made and payment history. Attach receipts, messages, notes, generate reports.

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When we can help simplify family life?

Example 1

Mary and Tom have just been divorced. Their Matrimonial Settlement Agreement calls for Mary to pay 40% and Tom 60% of all children’s expenses. Mary sets up an account, fills out the bill pay page just like her online bank account on Familipay. Both Mary and Tom agree to the terms and enter their bank account information. Thereafter, the bills are paid automatically every month for the kids karate lessons, school lunch program, and ballet lessons.

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Example 2

Bill and Emily are separated and have two children getting braces.
They are paying for the costs over the next two years on a bimonthly basis. Familipay gets it done.

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Example 3

John and Leslie are in the middle of a divorce and have agreed with a consent order through their attorneys that John will pay 30% and Leslie will pay 70% proportional to their income the payments on their house for the mortgage, taxes and utilities pending the divorce. John’s lawyer sets up the account and the co-parents then enter their bank information. John and Leslie download the history of payments for their tax deductions.

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Example 4

Margaret and Ed have agreed in their divorce agreement that Ed will pay alimony and child support directly to Margaret. Ed is a contractor, has his own small business and his work is not steady, so wage garnishment or direct pay to the State is either not possible or not ideal. Familipay gives Margaret the verification that she needs to assure her Ed will comply with their agreement and it gives Ed the flexibility he is looking for. Familipay is the logical alternative.

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