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Separated parents get help in co-parenting on Internet

Turin, January 4 - Separated parents in Italy can now make use of a website and associated app enabling them to better organise and manage family affairs and co-parent their children, sources said Monday. The portal 2houses.com has been imported into Italy from Belgium by a Turin-based dad with help from Giuditta Pasotto, the creator of the Italian social network for single parents gengle.it. It includes an interactive diary, a system for managing finances, a database for useful information from medical details to telephone numbers, and lists of things to do and buy. The service is the brainchild of Belgian entrepreneur Gill Ruidant, who created the website in 2011 after looking unsuccessfully for a tool to help him and his ex wife get organized in the best interests of their children. It is already used by over 56,000 families in several countries around the world.

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