Will County Parenting Class Information
All parents going through a divorce in Will County must attend a parenting class. The parenting classes are offered both in-person and remotely online. The in-person parenting class is offered through the Project Protect Parenting Class. The virtual parenting class is offered online through Children in Between.
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What will the Will County Parenting Class teach me?
The classes do not teach you how to parent, rather the class provides information to help your child or children through the divorce or separation. The class is a workshop and not a counseling session and it is recommended that parents of the same family attend separately. You should prepare by having a pen and paper to take helpful notes although there is currently no exam. Please contact to provider for the most up to date information.
How will anyone know if I attend the Will County Parenting Class?
A divorce will not be finalized by the judge unless both parties attend the program. Please note there is a fee to attend the class so be prepared to pay the fee. At the end of the program, you will receive a certificate of completion. It is your responsibility to make sure that our office receives a copy of the certificate so that we can tender the certificate to the court. Feel free to email, fax, or upload the certificate to your private Clio folder.
How do I enroll in the Parenting Class?
For more information and to enroll, please visit:
Project Protect Parenting Class (In-person)
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