The first time you sign on, you are asked to choose if one or two parents will use Kids
First!. The experts recommend that both parents use Kids
First! in order to limit any misunderstandings and to improve communication, cooperation and collaboration.
When two parents use Kids First!, they can share one account and answer the questions together. If sharing does not make sense, each parent can have a separate account and provide separate answers, which can be kept private from the other parent. If both parents have agreed to share answers, Kids
First! compares the answers of both parents to show where the parents are in agreement or need to agree.
Next, you answer basic information about you and your children, such as names, ages, school, medical and physical description. Kids
First! then guides you through questions such as residences, custody, co-parenting times and other things the court will want to know. Questions contain helpful legal and parenting advice, tips and secrets to help you be a better parent and understand how the court process works.
Based upon your answers, Kids First! may ask you to review other important questions. For example, if you answer that daycare is an issue, Kids
First! will ask you questions about daycare providers, schedules, and authority plus direct you to the national daycare licensing agency.