Our Online Live Parenting and Divorce Class Webinar is available for registration now. You may participate using a Cell Phone, Tablet, or a Desktop Computer. You do not need to download any third party software or need a camera or microphone to participate in the webinar.
Our live Parenting and Divorce Class Webinar meets the in-person requirement for the Florida courts. The teacher will cover all required material, you can interact with both the teacher and other parents, take the required quiz and print or download your certificate of completion.
The ChildrenFirstInDivorce.com and PositiveDivorceResolution.com Online Webinar Classes are the only online class approved for Duval and the 4th District. See the approval letter here: 4th District- Duval, Nassau, and Clay Counties Approval of Webinar Classes for Parenting and Divorce.
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Since 1990 over 500,000 individuals have successfully received their Court Ordered Parenting Course certificates through Education Programs.
Here are unedited random quotes from among our over half million successful students:
Effects if divorce on children and families. Tips on how to help parents and children cope with the loss
I have learned that the children of divorce are affected just as much as the parents and that the parents despite their differences need to always put the children first when making decisions.
It is essential to put parenting ahead of any hard feelings between myself and my former partner. There is much wisdom/advice to be had and I should seek out advice when I am not sure what is best for my child.