About Us

Our Mission is Parental Equality And The Best Interest Of Our Children, Simple. We believe that by putting the power back into the hands of parents, we will see a significant increase in parental contributions to their children financially, physically and emotionally. We thrive in our purpose, making child support seamless and providing financial services to unwed Coparents that ensures all financial contributions are documented with stated intent, and appropriately accredited towards child support.

What Sets Us Apart From The Rest

Although we encourage all non-custodial parents to legally establish a parental interest to their children, we understand that many parents avoid the family legal system. Our patent pending personalized child support offers evidence of parental contributions and protection for the period prior to legal involvement.

By offering these type of temporary solutions, Coparent Capital demonstrates our commitment to serving children by reducing parental disputes in a fair and efficient manner. Because 78.3% of all custodial parents DO NOT request formal child support, we decided to focus solely on providing informal child support from non-custodial parents.

Doing Away with Tradition

According to the Custodial Mothers and Fathers and Their Child Support:2015 report re-released in January 2020, there were 13.6 million custodial single parents living in the U.S. About half of them (50.2%) have some type of legal or informal child support agreement in place.
Sixty percent of mothers reported receiving indirect financial support on behalf of their children from their child’s non-residential parent. This included health insurance, gifts, clothes, food, and payment of some expenses of informal child support. Our job is making sure these expenses are accredited as child support.

We focus on the underserved community of unwed parents making informal child support expenses. Bridging the gap of separated families caused by finances

The Next Family
Financial Resolution

There Is A Need to Document Informal Child Support

Unwed mothers face challenges receiving financial and physical assistance from fathers without a structured system in place, causing tension between parents.

Unwed fathers are wrongfully labeled deadbeat dads, facing jail time, license suspension, excessive child support/Backpay without having evidence of informal child support.

Protecting Both Parents in the Event the Family Legal System Gets Involved

How We Protect Parents?

CPC does not protect against future child support obligations; we provide poof of financial contributions made by non-custodial parents for the period prior to legal involvement. Potentially preventing thousands of dollars from being owed in child support arrears. Calculations of backpay child support can vary depending on the jurisdiction and specific circumstances involved. However, below is a general overview of how it is typically calculated:

  1. Determine the Effective Date of child support: This date is usually determined based on when the child support obligation should have commenced.
  2. Establish the Base Child Support Obligation: This is typically calculated using guidelines or formulas provided by the relevant jurisdiction.
  3. Calculate the Arrears: The court or relevant authority will calculate the arrears, or the amount owed for the period prior to the establishment of the child support order. This is done by subtracting any payments made during that period from the base child support obligation. This period of prelegal (informal) child support is Coparent Capital’s focus.
  4. Consider Retroactive Factors: In some cases, retroactive factors may be considered when calculating backpay child support.

CoParentCapital is a Family First Institution


Service With A Purpose

Fear in men that leads to Absentee Fathers

Preconceived Notions Parental Bias

Impact of Financial Assistance

Reduce Wasteful Spending

Non-Custodial Parent Confidence and Motivation

Accessing Family Support Services

Family Impact

Child Development

Mother’s Relief of Stress

Father/Child Engagement

Co-parenting Partnership Health Family Reunification

Economic Impact

Decline in Federal Services

Criminal Activity Decline

Juvenile Detention Center & Prison Population Decrease

Homelessness decline

Drug and alcohol abuse decline

Suicide decline