Court Ordered Parenting Classes with Certificate of Completion
Are you looking for court ordered parenting classes? We have them!
Court orders are often used in child custody cases when parents cannot agree on how to raise their children. The judge will usually require both parents to take parenting classes before deciding whether to award joint legal custody or sole physical custody.
Mandatory parenting classes are also required by law in various circumstances. If you are adopting a child, fostering a
child or going through a divorce, you may be mandated to take a parenting class. While many parents take the
Priceless Parenting classes on their own to improve their parenting, others are inspired by a legal requirement.
Signing Up For Parenting Classes
You can register for a parenting class and start immediately. Each lesson covers a few key parenting concepts using videos and narrated slides.
You are in control of advancing through the slides so you can stop at any point and return at a later time.
You can go through all the lessons in about 8 hours. You decide how quickly you want to go through
the lessons. Spreading the lessons out over a few weeks allows you time to try out the ideas from
one lesson before going on to the next one.
There are homework questions at the end of each lesson. Completing these questions allow you to
show a judge what you learned in the class.
These parenting classes incorporate the latest research in ways that touch both the head and the
heart. The classes are designed for the ages of the children. You will find detailed information about the
parenting classes on these pages (click the Buy Now button at the bottom of the class page to purchase it):
Online parenting class - ages 0 to 5
Online parenting class - ages 6 to 12
Online parenting class - ages 13 to 18
Complete the class, answer questions about what you learned and immediately receive your certificate.
Certificate of Completion
Upon completing the class, there will be a few questions to answer. These are open ended so there is no
passing or failing. You will then have a certificate of completion for an 8 hour parenting class displayed
on your screen. You can also request a PDF version of the certificate of completion.
Understanding Your Court Order
You’ll want to do is understand exactly what will satisfy your parenting class requirement.
Carefully review your court order to see if there are any specific instructors or agencies you need to use.
Parents from across the U.S. to Australia have taken Priceless Parenting’s online parenting classes to fulfill
their court orders.
However, each judge is different. You will want to verify with your lawyer or social worker that online classes are acceptable.
Priceless Parenting’s online parenting classes will result in a certificate of completion for an 8 hour class.
There are homework questions at the end of each lesson. Completing the homework allows you to show what you learned
from the class.
Video Overview of the Parenting Classes
Learn more by watching this video:
Money Back Guarantee
Courts across the United States to Australia have accepted these classes
. However, since each court, judge and situation is
different, you may want to
print out information about these online parenting classes
that you can give
your legal representative for approval.
If for any reason this class is not accepted for a court requirement, we will refund your money with written proof of decline.
As a social worker, judge or lawyer, how can I verify what someone has learned in the class?
Each class has homework at the end of every lesson. The homework questions are available to participants as either a
Word document they can complete or a PDF they can print. You are welcome to review the homework questions for the classes:
Homework for Parenting Ages 0 - 5
Homework for Parenting Ages 6 - 12
Homework for Parenting Ages 13 - 18
If you have any questions, feel free to call 425-770-1629 or send us an email