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Our Evidence Based proven effective (PDF Summary) Parenting & Divorce Class in Liberty, TX is a 4 hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization class. Our class is easy to do, Mobile Friendly, audio narrated, meets requirements set forth in Texas Family Code 105.009.
Court Acceptance- Guaranteed. This Texas Parent Education and Family Stabilization online course meets the requirements set forth by the State of Texas.
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When parents break up in the State of Texas, Texas Statute Sec 105.009 states the court may require both parents to complete a course like ours if deemed in the best interest of the child. 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've learned about this program how to interact much better with my children and also my ex-spouse. It has also confirmed the emotional, psicological and social changes I have ben going through and how to deal with the future problems that I may go throug
That I have to keep been patient about the emotions my kids are going thru. And that it is not going to change unless my ex. Understand and we can finally one day communicate. I have to keep my patient.
What was presented reinforced learning that I already recognized. I do want to say that there was not much in the way of dealing with high school aged teenagers, it was more geared toward a younger child. I will do additional research to guide me throug