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Online Parent Class is one of the most widely recognized online programs for taking a high quality, effective and convenient Alabama parenting or co-parenting class. Our online model of education is perfect to fulfill court, legal, probation, social service, or self-improvement needs. Once registered every student immediately has access to an instant "proof of enrollment" form. When the student has successfully finished the class, he or she can immediately download a copy of an official "certificate of completion". The hard copy of the certificate is then shipped via USPS free of charge and expedited shipping is also available. Classes are intended to help you improve as a parent from the comfort of your own home without having to miss any work, school or family obligations. Click here to Register.

While we have participants taking our program throughout many counties and cities in the state of Alabama. Some of the most common areas include: Anniston, Ashford, Athens, Birmingham, Daleville, Daphne, Dothan, Fairhope, Huntsville, Jasper, Madison, Montgomery, Newville, Rehobeth and Saraland.

Program Price
Parenting Class $95.00 Register For Parenting Class
6 hour Parenting Class $125.00 Register For 6 hour Parenting Class
Advanced 10 Hour Parenting Class $195.00 Register For Advanced 10 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 12 Hour Parenting Class $245.00 Register For Advanced 12 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 16 Hour Parenting Class $295.00 Register For Advanced 16 Hour Parenting Class
Advanced 26 Hour Parenting Class $395.00 Register For Advanced 26 Hour Parenting Class

Our programs come with our satisfaction guarantee, so there is no risk in taking our online courses. Our online parenting classes are available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Our courses are available in all 50 U.S. states, Canada, and abroad. We also provide a course syllabus which can be reviewed as well as 24-hour and phone support. Get started today!

Alabama Online Parenting Class Highlights:

World Class Quality and 100% Privacy

Our online parent courses are based on the most up-to-date research and will inspire you to be the best parent you can be! Taking our class at home allows you to have a completely private experience while not missing any time away from work, school or family commitments. The classes are available for you to access form any Internet connected computer, from any location in the world and at any time of the day or night. The student can log in and out on their own schedule and the computer program holds the last spot. It's the best way to utilize your precious time wisely since you don't have to waste time driving to a classroom, or wait for a teacher or other students that are late or inattentive.

Divorce Rate In Alabama

According to the Census Bureau, as of 2011 Alabama had the 2nd highest divorce rate in the country. Some research also noted that Alabama has a higher rate of marriage then the rest of the country and that many marry at a younger age than in other states.

Family Court Laws

The state requires that at least one of the parents has been a resident of the state for the prior 6 months before filing. Alabama generally awards custody to both parents and encourages them to share the responsibilities in raising the child. Statute 30-3-150 clearly defines the guidelines: "It is the policy of this state to assure that minor children have frequent and continuing contact with parents who have shown the ability to act in the best interest of their children and to encourage parents to share in the rights and responsibilities of rearing their children after the parents have separated or dissolved their marriage. Joint custody does not necessarily mean equal physical custody."

Learn How To Make A Parenting Plan

Co-parenting as a team is essential for the best interest of the child. Our classes teach the skills necessary to resolve disputes, effectively communicate and make a daily, weekly even yearly plan. Alabama statute 30-3-153, Plan By Parents, states that in order to implement joint custody, the court requires the parents to submit provisions covering such topics as:

  1. Child support.
  2. Care and education.
  3. Medical and dental attention.
  4. Holidays and vacations.
  5. Other necessary factors like religion, cultural, and athletic activities.

If the parents can't come to an agreement on these factors, the court will set the plan.

Superior Customer Service

We know that it can be intimidating purchasing something on the Internet. In order to make the experience as smooth and easy as possible, we provide professionals to answer your questions during the workweek from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. We can also be reached via email 7 days a week for any last minute questions or concerns.

Alabama Customer Review

"I reside in a small town and was not able to find a quality parenting class to help me through my divorce. I'm so happy I found this online program. I was able to take this class from home after my kids went to bed at night and finished it in one week. The co-parenting tips I learned helped me negotiate with my ex-spouse and get our custody issues settled out of court. I highly recommend this class!" Julie S - Brent, AL