- The Collaborative Way to Divorce by Stuart Webb
- Crazy Time by Abigail Trafford
- Mom’s house, Dad’s house by Isolina Ricci, Ph.D.
- Taking the War Out of Our Words: The Art of Powerful Non-Defensive Communication by Sharon Ellison
- Getting to Yes by Fisher, Ury and Patton
Personal Financial Planning for Divorce by Jeffrey H. Rattiner
- Emotional Freedom by Judith Orloff
- Positivity by Barbara Frederickson
- The Dance of Intimacy by Harriet Goldhor Lerner
- Beyond Codependency by Melody Beattie
- Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
- Awaken the Giant Within by Anthony Robbins
- A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
- The Dance of Anger by Harriet Lerner
- Strengthfinders 2.0 by Tom Rath
- The Pathfinder – How to Choose or Change your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success by Nicholas Lore
- Cooperative Parenting and Divorce, “Shielding Your Child From Conflict” – A Parent’s Guide to Effective Co-Parenting by Susan Blyth Boyan & Ann Marie Termini
- The Good Divorce by Constance Ahrons, Harper Paperbacks (1998)
- We’re Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Say About Their Parents’ Divorce by Constance Ahrons, Harper Paperbacks (2005)
- Reconcilable Differences: Marriages End, Families Don’t by Cate Cochran, Second Story Press (2007)
- Reconcilable Differences: A Consumer’s Guide to Divorce Mediation by William H. Donahue, Jr.
- Taking the Conflict Out of Child Custody – Seven Quick Awareness Exercises Plus Seven Critical Skills to Keep Children Out of the Middle by Chet Muklewicz
- The Collaborative Way to Divorce: The Revolutionary Method that Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids — Without Going to Court by Ron Ousky and Stuart Webb, Hudson Street Press (2006)
- Collaborative Divorce: The Revolutionary New Way to Restructure Your Family, Resolve Legal Issues, and Move On With Your Life by Pauline Tesler and Peggy Thompson, ReganBooks/Harper Collins (2006).
The OurFamilyWizard® is an online tool that features a calendar for scheduling parenting time, including holidays, as well as children’s activities and social events so that both co-parents have equal access at any time.
There is also an expense log that allows co-parents to share and track their expenses and payments from separate households.
Additional features include an information bank to store contacts, personal information about the children, such as clothing and shoe sizes, medical and school information, and a message board.