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Frequently Asked Questions

Our course is $39.00 and there is no extra charge for the certificate, which you will get immediately after you complete the course.

Under Florida Statue 61.21, any person filing for divorce, child support, custody, paternity, etc in the State of Florida must complete a 4 hours course designed to educate, train, and assist divorcing parents in regards to the impact of divorce on parents and children

Yes, the course is the same whether you are filing for divorce, child support, custody, etc.

Because the rules of the Florida Department of Children and Families, require that each provider use a unique name to identify their course. The Parents Education and Family Stabilization Course is the generic name DCF assigned to all courses approved by the agency.

Yes, it does. We have been approved by the Florida Department of Children and Families to fulfill the requirements for the PEFS.

If you take the online course, you’ll get your certificate as soon as you finish. The certificate will be generated automatically once you complete the course. If you take a live class, you’ll receive your certificate at the end of the class.

The certificate is generated as a PDF file, which you can save in your computer, transfer it to a flash drive or portable memory, email it to another computer connected to a printer (i.e work computer) or simply take it to a place like Office Depot where they would print it for a small fee (usually less than $1 dollar)

No, you are responsible for delivering the certificate to the court, or giving it to your attorney.

It might be possible to take the online course using a tablet or cellphone; however we DO NOT recommend you do it. Some parts of the course might be difficult to read in a small screen.

No. You can login and logout of the course as often as you want. Your progress will be saved. Just make sure you finish the chapter you are working on before you logout, otherwise you might need to repeat the same chapter when you log back in. Once you start the course, you’ll have 45 days to complete it. After 45 days, your account will become inactive and you will not be able to access the course anymore.

No, the certificate is issued only under the name of the person who registered for the class. The court will not accept a joint certificate.

No. Surviving Divorce a Guide for Parents is only for adults (the parents). Miami Dade County requires that children of certain ages attend a course called “Sand Castles” We do not provide that course nor we have any information about who does. Check with your attorney or court clerk for a list of providers in your area.