Judges & Attorneys
Dear Judiciary and Members of the Texas Bar:
Many Texas counties require a Parent Education class before finalizing a divorce involving minor children or when enforcing or modifying court orders.
THIS COURSE FILLS THAT NEED.
- Please consider listing this course on your Website as an important resource for divorcing parents.
- When faced with the crisis of divorce, many parents have NO IDEA how to positively co-parent children in 2 homes. This course shows the healthy way.
Would you like to preview the course?
If you are a judge, attorney, mediator, caseworker, social service provider, counselor, therapist, or any other official who works to benefit children, please contact us for a complimentary enrollment at no charge. 512. 963.0163. Email: email@example.com
Need Brochures for Your Office?
To receive course brochures and discount coupons for your clients, or for questions about the course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512.963.0163.
Does your city or town need better access to Parent Education classes?
You can offer this course to parents and clients via your own website! Easy and direct! Please email email@example.com to inquire.
- “Children deserve a stable, loving, and nurturing home. When parents cannot resolve their differences or are in high conflict with one another, the children are the ones who feel that tension, are frightened by it, and feel unstable, concerned, and stressed. Those feelings make it difficult for children to do their jobs, which are to do good in school, do their chores at home, make friends, have fun at play, and feel safe. Therefore, it goes without saying that our children …are better off when parents can figure out how to cooperate with each other in parenting decisions.” –Judge Darlene Byrne, 126th District Court
- “The curriculum from which this course is based is an excellent source of help and information for any family going through the pains of separation, divorce, or any other family law matter involving conflict. I highly recommend that all professionals, elected officials, and social service providers make this course available to anyone needing help.” –Scot M. Doyal, J.D., President, Texas Association of Domestic Relations Offices