Our parenting classes have been adapted for online presentation from the Parents Forever™ program, a research-based program for divorcing parents designed and tested by educators at the University of Minnesota. We are so confident in the acceptance of this exceptional program nationwide that if you enroll in our program and it is not accepted by a court to meet their requirements, we will refund your course fee in full upon written proof from the Court that the course was not accepted.*
To obtain a refund, you must submit the written proof to us via fax, within 30 days of enrollment. Please contact us through our help desk for further instructions.
* Valid only for the IODC course or the IODC and IODA course combination. Not valid for Courts or Jurisdictions listed here who do not accept online classes or require their own specific course.
The following Courts do not accept online classes or have specific requirements as indicated and are not covered under our guarantee unless the special requirements are met:
- Connecticut does not accept online classes.
- Henderson County, TN requires an original certificate. You may order an original to be mailed to you on our courses page.
- Judge J. Wade Padgett of the Augusta, Georgia Judicial Circuit does not accept online classes.
- The 10th Judicial Circuit of Kentucky does not accept any online classes at this time.
- We are not yet an approved provider for the state of Nebraska.
- The 8th Judicial District, Nevada, only accepts the COPE or Children in between programs at this time. If you live outside Nevada, or have special needs, you may wish to contact the Court for information about other acceptable programs.
- Maricopa County, AZ requires that certificates be e-filed by the course provider. We DO NOT provide this service and rejection by the Court for non-efiling is not covered under our guarantee. Please DO NOT REGISTER for our course if you live in Maricopa County, AZ. No refunds will be issued when the Court rejects your certificate.