Launched Nov. 25, seeks to help bridge the communication gap between divorced parents and enable them to address more constructively issues involving their children. Among its features are an interactive calendar accessible to both parents, a component for sharing documents, a bill sharing and payment service, access to free family and credit counselors, and other planning and informational resources. A 30-day free trial is offered, after which the service costs $6.95 a month per parent or $11.95 a month for an entire family.

What does this have to do with lawyers? It is a resource that lawyers should look at and consider as somewhere they might want to refer their clients. For lawyers who do decide to refer a client, KidsnCommon will return the favor by offering them free listings on the site.