What Is Parenting Class And Will I Have To Take It?

In Colorado, anytime you have a divorce or an allocation for parental responsibilities case that’s filed and obviously involves children. You do have to take what’s called a parenting after divorce class. Every single county requires it. They require each party to go through it and to show proof that you have completed the class. Overall the class is very well reviewed. Every party that has come out of the class has said that they learn something and that it was beneficial towards continuing to co-parent with the other party or their other significant other. While it’s a requirement for if you’re getting divorced, it would be a benefit for almost any parent in Colorado to be able to learn appropriate skills and how to deal with their significant other in a parental relationship. If you’re going through a divorce or a parental responsibilities case here in Colorado we will be happy to help you here at Miller & Steiert.

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