Both parents must attend and complete one of the approved courses pursuant to Florida Statute §61.21. This course is mandatory. Therefore, even if the parties have settled,
they must both attend one of these courses. The parties should not enroll in the same class unless
both agree to do so.
Both parents must attend an approved class within sixty (60) days after this action is filed. If a certificate of completion for both parents is not in the Court file, the Court cannot sign a Final Judgment.
Both parents must attend an in-person classroom instruction in an approved course if you live in Pasco Pinellas or Hillsborough County in any other county check with your family law clerk for more information .
Those unable to attend in-person instruction, and who wish to participate in distance learning or an on-line class, must first receive Court approval. Court approval will be based on the moving party demonstrating that “special circumstances” exist.
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