Parenting Concepts for Divorcing Spouses

Florida Courts Requiring Live In-Person Parenting Class For Divorce

        

Florida Courts Accepting Online Parenting Class For Divorce

                                                           

Parenting Class for Divorce in Florida

This is a Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course, approved by the Florida Department of Children and Families, and satisfies the live attendance requirement of all Family Courts in Florida.

Under Florida Statutes 61.21; if you are divorcing and have minor children, or involved in a paternity case with minor children, you must attend at least a four (4) hour in person Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course, approved by the Florida Department of Children and Families, prior to obtaining a divorce. Generally you have 45 days from the date you filed for divorce, or was served with divorce papers, to take this course.
Benefits to you

• Satisfies the live attendance requirement of all Family Courts in Florida
• Attend this course via live video conference or traditional classroom
• Classes are moderated by a live DCF approved instructor
• Full interactivity with the instructor and other students in the class
• Guaranteed 100% court acceptance or your money back
Learning Objectives
By the end of this course you will be able to:

• Understand the procedural aspects of a Florida divorce
• Articulate the requirements of a Parenting and Time Sharing Plan
• Understand the financial aspects of divorce and associated parential responsibilities
• Understand how divorce affects your children through different life stages
• Better understand how to help your children through divorce and beyond
• Learn communication techniques to foster good relations with your ex-spouse
• Formulate successful strategies for your family in managing the changes ahead
• Domestic violence awareness; and the availability of community and professional services

Credits

4 hours of Co-Parenting Education

Target Audience

• Divorcing spouses with minor children
• Parents involved in a paternity case involving minor children

 

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