Our Evidence Based proven effective (PDF Summary) Nevada Seminar for Separating Parents course meets the requirements set forth in Nevada EDCR 5.07.* In Nevada you must complete a Seminar for Separating Parents, also called a mandatory COPE Class (also known as Helping Children COPE with Divorce). Our Online Parenting Class course certificate is recognized and accepted throughout Nevada. You may download your certificate instantly when you complete this four hour course at no extra cost.
If you are filing in Clark County please check with your judge prior to taking this course.
Court Acceptance- Guaranteed. If for any reason your certificate is not accepted by your court, we will promptly issue a full refund.
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When parents break up in the State of Nevada, ECDR 5.07 requires both parents to complete a course like ours. We've helped over half a million people get their required certificate- and helped them learn new ways to work through a difficult time of their lives- let us help you benefit from our decades of experience helping people just like you.
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*"All parties in all domestic relations actions under Chapters 125, 125A, and 126 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, where the interests of a child under the age of 18 years are involved, shall successfully complete the seminar for separating parents approved by the family division of the court"
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Since 1990 over 500,000 individuals have successfully received their Court Ordered Parenting Course certificates through Education Programs.
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Always keep the best interest of the child in mind.
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That you need to remember that the other person has different values and beliefs than you do.