Online Parent Class is a nationally recognized provider of online co-parenting and parenting classes for divorce, adoption, foster care and self-improvement purposes. Our programs teach parents how to strengthen their skills for the best interest of their children and family. Our students are thrilled at the opportunity to take classes from home rather than having to find childcare while they attend weekly in-person classes across town. You will gain peace of mind in knowing that you don't have to rush out the door and pay extra expenses in gas, parking and babysitting costs. Once registered our classes become available to take immediately. The student can log in and out at his or her own pace and at the end, a Certificate of Completion is awarded. The certificate can be downloaded right away and the hard copy is shipped via USPS at no additional cost. Click here to Register.
While we have participants taking our program throughout many counties and cities in the state of Alaska. Some of the most common areas include: Anchorage, Sitka, Fairbanks, Juneau, Wasilla, Barrow and Palmer
|2 hour Parenting Class||$55.00||
|2 hour Co-Parenting Class||$55.00||
|4 hour Parenting Class||$95.00||
|4 hour Co-Parenting Class||$95.00||
|6 hour Parenting Class||$125.00||
|6 hour Co-Parenting Class||$125.00||
|Advanced 10 Hour Parenting Class||$195.00||
|Advanced 10 Hour Co-Parenting Class||$195.00||
|Advanced 12 Hour Parenting Class||$245.00||
|Advanced 12 Hour Co-Parenting Class||$245.00||
|Advanced 16 Hour Parenting Class||$295.00||
|Advanced 16 Hour Co-Parenting Class||$295.00||
|Advanced 26 Hour Parenting Class||$395.00||
|Advanced 26 Hour Co-Parenting Class||$395.00||
|Florida Parent Education/Stabilization Course||$95.00||
|Spanish Parenting Class (Curso de Paternidad)||$95.00||
|Spanish Co-Parenting Class (Curso de Paternidad)||$95.00||
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.
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Alaska Online Parenting Class Highlights:
Trusted and High Quality Program
We have provided distance learning programs since 2008. We have an A+ rating with the BBB and pride ourself in our excellent customer service. We have live staff to answer your questions during the workweek and you can always get a hold of us over the weekend via email.
Money Back Guarantee
We stand behind all our programs. If you find yourself in a situation in which the court won't accept an online class, simply provide us with written proof of decline from the judge, social worker or your attorney within 60 days of class purchase. We will refund the entire cost of the class back onto your credit card.
Alaska Has Third Highest Divorce Rate in Country
The long cold winters have proven difficult for many couples to endure. All the time spent indoors, the lengthy darkness, seasonal jobs and economic hardships contribute to the high level of dissolutions. The numbers have varied between 13 - 14 divorces per 1,000 marriages over the past few years. It makes sense then that it's fairly easy to get divorced in this state. The filing fee is $150.00, the processing time is 30 days and there's no minimum time of residency.
Alaska Courts Want To See A Parenting Plan
Family courts in Alaska make decisions based on the best interests of the child, not the parents. This means that they expect to see a viable parenting plan in writing about the details of how the children will spend their time between households and how they will be raised. This custody and visitation plan reduces the number of disagreements and ultimately helps the child's well-being. Our students learn how to make a successful plan by taking our co-parenting course.
Alaska is a unique in that it has a large number of seasonal jobs due to the fishing and tourism industries. This directly affects how the courts look at financial support. While in most states, one or both parents contribute a set amount each month, in Alaska the court has the flexibility to order varying monthly payments that equal an annual grand total. This enables a seasonal worker to pay more in child support during the months he is making money and less in the "off" months.
"Thank you for providing this service! It was great to be able to stay at home and take the class when I had time, instead of heading out to a classroom when the kids needed my help with homework and dinner. It was interesting and I'll definitely use the new skills I learned." Megan F. - Fairbanks, AL