Welcome to our Parents Forever Online Program!
Family Affairs™ provides Court approved online co-parenting classes for separating and divorcing families. Our Impact of Divorce on Children class is geared towards helping children cope with divorce and separation. Our Online Parenting Classes are the original totally online divorce classes, designed to meet the requirements for mandatory parenting education. No waiting for materials to be mailed, no inconvenient faxing or mailing of exams, and no waiting for your certificate. Upon completion of the course, you receive immediate access to your certificate which you may print and submit to the Court if required.
About our Program
Our parenting classes have been adapted for online presentation from the University of Minnesota's Parents Forever™ program - the first online program developed by an institute of higher learning. Whether you are Court mandated or you simply want information to assist you or a family member or friend through the turmoil of divorce, our online courses cover a wide range of topics including effective parallel-parenting strategies, handling finances, general legal issues, the impact of divorce on children, new relationships and blended family issues, abuse and domestic violence issues, and much more.
About the Online Classes
Our online divorcing parents classes are convenient. The online classes are self-paced and there is no specific time you have to be at your computer. The online courses fit into your schedule, not the other way around. Avoid the hassle of completing the mandatory parenting course by taking your course(s) online today!
You may enroll in one or more of our classes at the same time to meet the course length requirements of your specific State. We offer courses two hours in length or a combination of up to twelve hours. Not sure what your State requires? Check with your attorney, the Court, or see the links below for state requirements.*
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Our online parenting classes are available in: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, North Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
All the above states require a minimum of 4 hours (the IODC class) with the exception of Minnesota which requires the complete 5 course program to meet the states requirements. For state specific requirements (if any), click on the state link.