Frequently Asked Questions for Online Parenting and Divorce
Who needs to take a Parent Class for Divorce?
What happens when I complete the course?
The State of Florida Statute 61.21 says both parents involved in a divorce must take a 4-Hour Parent Class if they have children under the age of 18 years.
Is this a recurring subscription?
When you complete the course, you will see a link to click and download your Court Approved Certificate. You may print the Certificate and mail it or send it to your attorney via email.
How long is the Parenting and Divorce Course?
There is only a One Time Fee for your course. This is not a recurring subscription. The one time fee allows you to access all the course materials and your certificate download for 30 days from your enrollment date.
Must I Complete the Parenting and Divorce Class All at once?
The Parenting and Divorce Class takes about 4 hours to complete. The material is engaging and thought provoking while at the same time easy to understand and apply. We won't go so far as to say it is fun, but you'll likely find the time seems much shorter than the four hours required to complete the course.
Will my court accept this Certificate?
You may complete the Parenting and Divorce Class on your own schedule- any time you wish. When you log off and later return, the course remembers which sections you completed so you can pick up where you left off.
What Payment Options do you accept?
We guarantee Court Acceptance of our Online Parenting Classes for Divorce Certificate or your money back. Most courts in the US recognize our curriculum and accept our Certificates. Please check with your court.
Is this Parenting and Divorce course DCF approved?
We accept PayPal and most major credit cards.
How do I sign up and complete the Parenting and Divorce Class?
Yes- Certevia Education Programs are a DCF approved provider and have been holding regular Parenting and Divorce Classes since 1990.
When and how do I get my parenting class certificate?
Signup for the Parenting Class by choose a location to register online and start now. You may start immediately and get your certificate the same day at no extra cost.
Is there a test?
You will get your certificate as soon as you complete the course. Simply download your Court Approved Certificate. You may print the Certificate and mail it or download it as a PDF file to send it to your attorney or yourself via email. We recommend you save a copy in a secure storage location for your future reference.
Do both parents have to take the same Parenting and Divorce Class?
We have final tests where required by law- but don't worry, the tests are pretty easy. The course material is engaging and thought provoking. We won't go so far as to say it is fun, but you'll likely find the time seems much shorter than the time required to complete the course.
How can I print my Parenting and Divorce Certificate if I don't have a printer at home?
Both parents are generally not required to take the same Parenting and Divorce Class. In over 30 years. we have yet to see a judge not accept our Certificate of Completion due to the other parent taking a course from a different provider.
I forgot my username or password- can you help?
At the end of the Parenting and Divorce Class you should be able to download your certificate in PDF format. Once you download it, you should be able to forward the file via email or copy it to any portable storage device so that you may print your certificate elsewhere. We are also happy to fax or mail the certificate to you at no cost via USPS during your course enrollment period (typically 1 month).
I still have a question not answered here- what do I do?
Most students should be able to reset their password on their own. If you are taking the parenting class online, go to the login page and choose the Lost Password option to proceed. You should get an email from our system in a few minutes. If you don't see an email, check your spam folder. You'll need to know your email address or user name. If you've forgotten the user name or email (or perhaps signed up with the wrong or a mis-spelled email, simply give us a call during our regular hours and we'll get you moving along.
You can use the Chat box to ask for live help or follow the Contact Us link to use the form- or better yet, call us at our number on the bottom of the page.