The kids are settled back in school and the fall routine for divorced parents is well underway. Every other week, every other weekend, half of Christmas vacation- custody schedules can be a lot to keep up with. Not to mention all the other things you need to keep track of when kids are living in two homes, including finances, sports gear, and school work. Instead of keeping track of one family, you now have to manage your kids, yourself, and your ex. Co-parenting has its challenges and one of them is simply logistics. Both parents being organized is key to the transition running smoothly. There are some great resources out there, both paper and digital, to help keep your two-household life organized. If you are a paper person this free divorce and custody schedule is a great resource. This single mom and organizational expert has been through the divorce and co-parenting transition and shares her valuable knowledge. This free planner has multiple printable schedules to help you organize your new life, including a year at a glance custody schedule, regular visitation schedule, and a holiday and days-off schedule. In addition, it has a court date section, and an important contacts section for easy reference of attorneys, therapists, and more. The agreement references section helps you keep track of where to find agreements within your divorce decree, parenting plan, or other documents so you can quickly reference as needed. Other helpful sections help you keep track of expenses, like attorney's fees, and a payments section helps you to keep track of child support and alimony payments. This printable is a great resource to help you keep everything you need to manage the road after a divorce right.