Our Evidence Based proven effective (PDF Summary) Grundy County (Altamont) Tennessee 4 hour Parent Educational Seminar online course meets the requirements set forth in Title 36-6-408 and meets all Tennessee legislative requirements including the new video requirement on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
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In this area you should take the class via our partner University at Walters State University.
Court Acceptance- under extenuating conditions. This course certificate may be accepted by your court with pre-approval or extenuating circumstances such as living in a different State, Active Military Service, or other limiting factors. In these areas it is recommended you check with your Attorney or Court before enrolling.
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When parents break up in the State of Tennessee, Title 36 Domestic Relations 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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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:
I have learned that a divorce is a painful situation both for the parents and the child. being angry at the other parent and provoking fights will harm the child. It is important to keep in mind that the child can be very sensitive about how much they get
I have learned that how I behave and how I respond to the stress of divorce is critical to the current and future well being of my child.
To be more aware how things affect my child re: divorce