2 Parents, 2 Homes
Parenting class for divorce is also known as a co-parenting course divorce course, shared parenting course, parent education and family stabilization course, and a parallel parenting course.
All courses include INSTANT Certificate upon completion and are done 100% online.
Two Parents, Two Homes (Para Español, haga clic aquí)
4 Hour Course $39.99 with Instant Certificate
This class is for the parents of minor children who are going through a divorce, separation, or break up. Included are some basic parenting skills with sections covering child custody, mediation, communication, and more. Separation and divorce are not always ideal, but sometimes necessary. With this divorce course, you can have the right tools at your disposal to navigate a difficult divorce, separation, or custody evaluation. This parenting class is also known as a divorce course, shared parenting course, parent education and family stabilization course, and a parallel parenting course.
There are no additional fees
You never have to pay an additional charge for your certificate.
How to Get Started - The BasicsStep 1: Click “Enroll Here”
Step 2: Sign up as a New User
Step 3: Pay for your online divorce class (remember, there are no additional taxes or fees!)
Step 4: Take your Two Parents, Two Homes Divorce Course at YOUR own pace
Step 5: Print, download or save your certificate
Step 6: Turn in certificate to whoever required you to take the course.
Our Two parents, Two Homes Parent Education and Family Stabilization Divorce class includes full audio and text. When you successfully complete, you will receive your certificate INSTANTLY. We will email you a copy and another one will be available for download from your account. On the certificate, you will see proof of completing a 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Divorce course, your name, and the date it was completed. If you need a hard copy certificate, let us know and we will send one through regular mail – free of charge. Just give us a call when you complete to let us know.
Other names for this course include: divorce course, shared parenting course, parent education and family stabilization course, and a parallel parenting course.
Give us a call! We encourage you to give any company a call before purchasing. This will also give you a good idea of what the company’s customer service is like. Many have poor customer service and phones go unanswered. If you get their voicemail, then be very cautious!
Need a printed copy of your 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization certificate? No problem! When you complete, just give us a call or send in a Help Request from your training account and we will put one in the mail for you – free of charge. If you need a hard copy of your 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization/ Divorce Class certificate, delivered RUSH, there is an additional charge for shipping – Just see our Other Services page. For RUSH shipping we offer Overnight, 2-Day, and 3-Day. Regular mail is still free.
We also have Certified Transcripts available for purchase. These transcripts are a full documentation of your progress through the course and include full time stamps, grades, scores, and every question and answer provided. We hand grade, stamp, and certify every essay and open-ended answer. This document is a great tool and some courts, lawyers, probation departments, CPS offices and social workers require it. Please see our Other Services page for prices.
Some courts, lawyers, probation departments, CPS offices, and social workers require a Proof of Enrollment Letter (POEL). If they do, just let us know, we offer Proof of Enrollment Letters. They are an additional fee, but include the date enrolled, name of course, name of student or participant, and date of completion for first completed section or chapter. The Proof of Enrollment Letter is then hand-signed by our director. Please see our Other Services page for pricing.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, we are here! Just give us a call or send us a “Help Request” from your training account. We will help you complete your Divorce class without frustration or hassle. We answer our phones Monday-Friday 8 am – 6 pm CST and if you send in an after-hours Help Request, we will answer you up until 10 pm during the week or until 9pm Saturday and Sunday.
We encourage you to give any company a call before purchasing. This will give you a good idea of what the company’s customer service is like. Many have poor customer service. If you get their voicemail, then be very cautious!
Thanks for reading, if you see this, use the coupon code: SAVE20 at checkout for 20% off the course fee.
How It Works
Our parenting class for divorce is 100% online and includes full audio. To get started, just click the Enroll Here button in the “Two Parents, Two Homes” box. From there you will enroll with your basic information, then pay for the course. Once paid for, you can begin immediately and stop and start the program at your convenience. The Divorce Class is divided into chapters and at the end there is a final exam. As you progress through the class, you will see the chapters made up of pages of content. Each page will include text and audio. To give interest, there are pictures and videos. At the end of a chapter, there will be a short quiz made up of multiple-choice, true/false, and short essay questions. At the end of the course, there is a final exam, but don’t worry! It is set up in a similar structure and includes similar questions as what is throughout the course. What happens if you fail? Don’t worry about that either, we will give you a second chance at the final exam. So long as you actively participate, you will do an excellent job. Besides, many courts, lawyers, probation departments, CPS offices, social workers, and more require you take a final test while enrolled in shared parenting courses/parent education and family stabilization courses.
Will My Certificate Be Accepted?
We have the tightest securities in the industry, and because of these securities, we have gained the trust of courts, probation departments, social workers, CPS offices, case managers, and lawyers nationwide. Many will recognize our trusted name and brand and accept the course without question.
Others however, might not have heard of us or might just be skeptical of online classes in general. We can help here too. If the person ordering your class is skeptical or unsure of our classes, we would love to talk to them! We know our programs, just like this 4-Hour Divorce Course, can stand up to the toughest scrutiny. Cheating? - not going to happen. Skipping though a course? – not going to happen either. Zoning out? – impossible with our Attendance Verification Codes. Poor content? – our programs are written and developed by Dr. Elizabeth LaMont, LCSW and we add color and interest to this useful information through videos, pictures, and the types of questions that make you think. All this and more are wrapped into a 4 Hour parent education and family stabilization course. So, if your court, probation officer, social worker, CPS office, or lawyer would like to verify participation we are just a call away.
Does your court, probation officer, social worker, CPS office, or lawyer need a little more information on your progress through the course? Do they want a copy of your time stamps, time spent on chapters, grades, and test scores - even down to each individual questions and answers? We offer this documentation. Transcripts are the full detailed report of all work and progress made in the course and we can email you an unofficial copy – free of charge.For a Certified Copy of Transcript, please see our Other Services page.
Each 4 Hour Divorce Course includes a certificate emailed upon successful completion of the course. The information on the certificate will include the full title of the course taken, in this case a 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course. It will also include other significant information such at the name of the student/person taking the course, date of completion, and watermarks to prevent tampering.
Courts, Probation Departments, Lawyers, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, CPS offices and more!
We have the best securities in the industry to verify participation in our courses and to discourage cheating.
Here is what you can expect with each 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Divorce Course
- Time stamps of time spent on each chapter of the course
- Attendance Verification Codes to verify active participation
- Passing grades of 70% of more
- Timers – no skipping through the course
- Informative content written by a LCSW
- Full audio and text
- Customer service – we believe in helping our customers
- 24/7 online access
- Online courses compatible with smart phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers
Things We Are NotLarge call centers
Money order scams
The most common issue with companies offering online parenting classes is that they have very poor customer service. They do not answer their phone calls and voice mail boxes go unchecked (if they are not already filled to capacity.) So, what happens when you cannot finish the course you started? What happens when they don’t answer your calls, messages, or emails? You often waste time trying to contact the company just to get a refund from the bank. Meanwhile, your course progress is lost and you have to start the whole process over again when you go to another company. Very frustrating! However, we value your time and money and offer you the best customer service in the industry. If you need help or just have questions, our lines are open. With us, you will get a live person – usually within just one ring. In fact, we encourage you to give any company a call before purchasing. This will give you a good idea of what the company’s customer service is like. If you get their voicemail, then be very cautious!
Be warned: Others will take your money and sell you a worthless certificate without a course and the courts will not accept it. The courts have high standards for online divorce courses and parenting classes. Throughout this process, it is easy to waste time and money. It is often hard to get a refund for courses not accepted and impossible to make up for lost time and stress.
There are also money order scams. These scams often state you must pay the company in the form of a money order to get started. The price may even be much lower than that of other companies. Be careful of a deal that sounds too good to be true, it often is! Beware, any company that exclusively accepts money orders as payment is an automatic scam. Money orders are very similar to sending cash money and can never be recovered. This is why money orders are used in these scams, because once you send money, you have no hope of recovering it. There isn’t a credit card company or bank you can call to get a refund in this situation.
This 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course is Accepted in the State of Florida!
It has been approved by the Florida DCF
You can begin your Divorce Course immediately and complete around your busy schedule and pace. You can log in and out as many times as you want. Due to the class being online, it is available 24/7 and can be accessed from any computer or mobile device. Upon completion you will be able to download and print your official, 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course for Divorce certificate instantly and we will email another one at no extra cost.
If one or more of these examples apply, consider taking this 4 Hour Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course for Divorce
- Divorcing parents with minor children
- Separating parents with minor children, even if parents were never married
- Renegotiating child visitation
- Custody battles
Enroll in this class if you are having drawn-out custody or court battles. Judges and mediators often order parents who are going through a divorce or separation to enroll in a course, just like this one, before proceeding. This course can also be a requirement for parents renegotiating custody and/or child visitation.
This 4 Hour Divorce Course is designed to give you strategies for negotiating in a divorce and/or child custody negotiation. Our program offers parents tools to help them navigate tense situations, deal with an ex more effectively, learn conflict resolution skills, learn communication skills, and of course – how to put the child’s needs first. Thanks for reading, if you see this, use the coupon code: SAVE20 at checkout for 20% off the course fee.
The 4-Hour Two Parents, Two Homes Parenting Class is also known as a co-parenting course, divorce course, shared parenting course and a divorce seminar. It meets the requirements for: COPE class, seminar for divorcing parents, child impact seminar, pre-divorce seminar, and divided yet united course. Courts require that parents of minor children, who are divorcing or breaking up, complete a parenting course, just like this one, before finalizing orders for visitation, custody, or child support.
Divorce is hard on any family, both for the parents and especially the children. Naturally tensions will rise and it is easy for conflict to get away from them. During divorce, the family is forced to change, their home, habits, routines, finances, and even school districts. With each change, there is the opportunity for conflict. Both parents and their children will fight for what they want and need. When life changes rapidly, the desire to cling to familiarity or control becomes stronger - leading to more conflict. During these times, it is especially hard to compromise with the other parent.
Regardless of conflict between the parents, it is important to remember a child’s needs. The child will of course need the basics of sleep, nutrition, stability, and the love of both parents. So, it is helpful to have a roadmap as you try to keep a hard situation from turning into something worse. It is important to protect children and keep their life as stable as possible. Children caught in the middle are traumatized and sometimes a parent will try to hurt the other parent by weaponizing a child. Other times children can be witness to terrible and even violent arguments, the impact of which will haunt them for years. Many of these traumas are inflicted on children unbeknownst to their parents. There are also many arguments that can be avoided by teaching cooperation, conflict management, and how to deal with loss – all of which, and more, are covered in this class.
The Two Parents, Two Homes Parenting Class (also called "Parent Education & Family Stabilization Course") covers the following topics:
- Ending the Relationship
- Mediation vs. Litigation
- Grieving, Loss, and Healing
- Dealing with Loss Effectively
- Developmental Stages of Childhood and how divorce affects children
- Communicating with Children
- Communicating with your Other Parent
- Conflict Management Strategies
- Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, and Divorce
- Legal Matters of Divorce
- Cooperative Parenting
- Parallel Parenting
- Parenting Plan
So, what’s the difference between your regular Divorce Course and a High Conflict Divorce course?
There are many similarities between the High Conflict Divorce course and the regular Divorce Course because there are many similarities between both a regular divorce and one in the midst of high conflict. In both situations parents need to remember the basic needs of children. No matter what happens, healthy, well-adjusted children need proper nutrition, sleep, stability and most importantly the loving care of their parents. During a divorce, the basic routines of a child’s life become unstable and conflict is a constant. Divorce is a naturally tense time, and it is very common for parents and even family members to argue over things like fault and how young children will grow up. However, during a high conflict divorce, the tension is even higher. This type of divorce will tend to have themes based more so on anger and even have elements of domestic violence. So, although it is still a divorce, there is another layer of chaos and we provide extra content to help parents cope and provide for their children. For the 4-hour divorce course, we focus a little more on custody and the basic needs of children. We also provide, for the parents, basic communication skills and how to cope with the changes of divorce.