Less than a dollar a day.

We keep it simple with a single yearly fee. For less than a dollar a day, you gain the peace of mind that you are doing the best job you can for your dependent.
25% off early adopter rate.
Billed annually at $480 $360
Use code 'launch25' during signup to apply the discount.
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Saves you countless hours and expense immediately by reducing manual work
No cost to you - courts customarily approve payment from a dependent’s funds
30-day money-back guarantee

No cost to you.

Courts customarily approve payment from your dependent’s funds.

As your Advocord subscription benefits your dependent, it is typically an approved expense. Consult with your attorney about how to qualify for reimbursement.

To see a sample reimbursement petition, download our template linked below.

Download sample petition
Caring for an adult dependent is a huge undertaking. We created Advocord to give advocates peace of mind with a platform for managing all the details.

Nancy Meyers, Founder/CEO


Frequently asked questions about pricing

How does billing work?

A one-time payment of $360.00 is payable when you register for the platform. This will automatically be renewed and billed on the one-year anniversary of your original subscription, and will continue thereafter unless and until you cancel your subscription.

Because we believe in the time-, energy- and money-saving power of Advocord, we are proud to offer subscribers a 30-day money back guarantee. If you aren’t completely satisfied with our solution, you can receive a full refund within 30 days from the date of purchase. After that, we offer a prorated refund — for example, if you cancel in month 8, you get $120 back.

What happens to my account and reports if I stop service?

If you cancel your subscription, it will not automatically renew, and you will no longer have access to your saved information after the previously scheduled automatic renewal date of your subscription.

Can my Advocord subscription be paid for by my dependent?

Advocord is a tool to help you be the best advocate for your dependent. Therefore, you may ask the court to approve reimbursement for your Advocord subscription from your dependent’s assets. We recommend consulting with your attorney to find out how to make that request of the court.

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