Some divorce agreements contain minimums and maximums for add-on expenses. A basic example might be that one-parent is responsible for the first $1000 of add-on expenses, or perhaps a parent is no longer responsible for ad-on expenses once these are over $5000 in a calendar year. For the first example, DComply offers a default split of your add-on expenses and you can adjust that for each bill so that the responsible party pays 100% of the expenses until the minimum is reached. Once reached you can go back to your default expense split. For the latter example, you could check your paid-add on expenses over the calendar year and use the dispute process if bills continue over the $5000 maximum outlay.
DComply offers sleek tracking and reporting options, but it’s up to you to know your divorce agreement and use DComply as a tool to make sure that you and your co-parent are following it. When you’re not sure that you’re complying with your agreement strongly consider talking to a divorce attorney or mediator.