Houston Parenting Course
HOUSTON PARENTING COURSE for Divorce Offers Website
4-hour Class, 100% Online: Now Court-Approved Harris County, Texas
TXparent.com is now offering a Parenting Class for divorcing parents in Harris County and the greater Houston area that is 100% Online and Court-Approved. All parents who are divorcing in Harris County with minor children are court-mandated to complete a Parent Education class by Family Local Rule 12.1 before the divorce can be finalized.
The name of the online class is The Texas Cooperative Parenting Course. It is COURT-APPROVED by every Family Court Judge in Harris County, except Judge Lisa Millard who requires an in-person class. If you are looking for a Houston Parenting Course to take Online, the judges who have approved this class for the Harris County requirement are as follows:
|Judge Roy L. Moore||345th||Court Approved|
|Judge Jim York||246th||Court Approved|
|Judge Bonnie Crane-Hellums||247th||Court Approved|
|Judge Judy Warne||257th||Court Approved|
|Judge James Lombardino||308th||Court Approved|
|Judge Sheri Y. Dean||309th||Court Approved|
|Judge Denise Pratt||311th||Court Approved|
|Judge David Farr||312th||Court Approved|
By taking the class, parents will learn ways to end conflict, positively co-parent children in 2 homes, and help their children adjust to divorce. Houston parents love the class because it is complete, affordable, and convenient. The fee is $34.95 per person, which includes the 4-hour class 100% online (in English or Spanish) and a Certificate of Completion to file with the court.
What Parents Are Saying:
“My favorite part [of the class] was the discussion regarding how to create a more professional business-like relationship with my Ex. I was very pleased and would refer it to friends. I referred it to my Ex, as well.” –A Father in Houston, Texas
Enrolling is easy at the website www.TXparent.com, and the class is available 24/7 from any computer. Parents can complete the class at their own pace.
Most parents who take a Houston Parenting Course are doing so to fulfill a court or legal requirement. However, all parents, stepparents, and grandparents (and anyone who wishes to assist children) are welcome to attend the class without a court order, simply to receive the excellent information and help that it provides. Please visit www.txparent.com to enroll now. ###