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WHO NEED TO TAKE A "STATE APPROVED" ​DIVORCE PROGRAM.

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Single mother after divorce classes in Florida

Available community resources to assist parents and children

  • ​Unit 15    Chapter 15 - A Healthy Divorce - How Do You Stay Connected With Your Spouse/Partner When You Have The Children? Children Need To Know Their Grandparents
  • Unit 16    Chapter 16 - A Healthy Divorce - Traveling Out Of State Or Country
  • Unit 17    Chapter 17 - A Healthy Divorce - After Divorce, When Family Still Counts
  • Unit 18    Chapter 18 - A Healthy Divorce - Child Support Guidelines/Child Support Amounts
  • Unit 19    Chapter 19 - A Healthy Divorce - Health And Dental Care For Children: Insurance And Sharing Costs Not Covered By Insurance
  • Unit 20    Chapter 20 - A Healthy Divorce - Handling Religious Education, How Do Courts Decide Which Religion The Child(ren) Should Follow When Parents Of Different Religions Separate?
  • Unit 21    Chapter 21 - A Healthy Divorce - Yearly Access Plan
  • Unit 22    Chapter 22 - A Healthy Divorce - Financial And Property Issues
  • Unit 23    Chapter 23 - A Healthy Divorce - Reminders To Help You Help Your Child(ren) After The Divorce
  • Unit 24    Chapter 24 - A Healthy Divorce - Explore Where You Are, And Where You Are Going After Divorce
  • Unit 25    Chapter 25 - A Healthy Divorce - Discover A New Life Within; Setting Long And Short Term Goals
  • Unit 26    Chapter 26 - A Healthy Divorce - Spousal Abuse, Verbal Abuse, Sexual Abuse, And Physical Abuse
  • Unit 27    Chapter 27 - A Healthy Divorce - A Discussion Regarding When Parent's Kidnap

Our Florida Divorce Classes

Some divorce-related matters that are addressed in parenting classes include the following:

  • Basic information about divorce
  • The impact of divorce on adults and children
  • Child development
  • How parents can help themselves and their children cope effectively with divorce
  • Parents’ and Children’s basic needs
  • The stages of grief and loss
  • Parenting during divorce and co-parenting afterwards
  • Basic divorce-related concepts such as: shared parenting, parenting plans and mediation
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Domestic violence
  • Communicating effectively after divorce
  • ​Unit 1    Chapter 1 - A Healthy Divorce - Let's Examine Your Divorce
  • Unit 2    Chapter 2 - A Healthy Divorce - The Grieving Process
  • Unit 3    Chapter 3 - A Healthy Divorce - How Co-Parenting Is Similar To Working With Co-Workers – CPWI
  • Unit 4    Chapter 4 - A Healthy Divorce - How Do Children Learn
  • Unit 5    Chapter 5 - A Healthy Divorce - Planning A Healthy Separation For The Children
  • Unit 6    Chapter 6 - A Healthy Divorce - Dealing With Clothes And Personal Articles
  • Unit 7    Chapter 7 - A Healthy Divorce - Negotiate Financial Responsibilities During The Separation And Importance Of Play - CPWI
  • Unit 8    Chapter 8 - A Healthy Divorce - Decide How Much Time You And Your Spouse/Partner Want To Spend With Each Other - CPWI
  • Unit 9    Chapter 9 - A Healthy Divorce - Child(ren) Need Honesty And Information During The Divorce Process - CPWI
  • Unit 10    Chapter 10 - A Healthy Divorce - The Decision To Divorce
  • Unit 11    Chapter 11 - A Healthy Divorce - Developing A Parenting Plan
  • Unit 12    Chapter 12 - A Healthy Divorce - From Adolescents To Becoming A Teenager – CPWI
  • Unit 13    Chapter 13 - A Healthy Divorce - I.R.S. Tax Credit
  • Unit 14    Chapter 14 - A Healthy Divorce - Transporting Children, Costs Of Schools, Who Pays, Who Chooses School? Spouse And Sharing Children