OnlineParentingPrograms.ComIndiana Online Parent Education Class

If you or your co-parent filed for divorce or are seeking change in your child custody or visitation order within the state of Indiana and have been mandated or recommended to attend a divorce education class or divorce workshop please select the county your case has been filed:

DISCLAIMER: Online parent education classes are recognized within the state of Indiana by many family courts; however, if you are court ordered to take a divorce class or parenting class within the state of Indiana, it is recommended you verify approval of OnlineParentingPrograms.com with your county court of record prior to taking an online parenting class. Each county within Indiana family courts along with individual judges may dictate specific requirements related to divorce education class requirements.

There are 92 counties and 26 Judicial Districts within the state of Indiana. Online Co-Parenting / Divorce class is a recognized online divorce education option in 25 Indiana family courts.

Indiana Courts specific to divorce with children

Parenting Class Statute for the state of Indiana

Additional Indiana State Divorce Resources for Parents and Children

https://indianalegalhelp.org/court-forms/forms-divorce/
https://indianalegalhelp.org/
https://www.in.gov/judiciary/selfservice/2351.htm

Did You Know?

Indiana population: 6.732 million (2019)

The U.S. state of Indiana has 92 counties. Each county serves as the local level of government within its borders. Although Indiana was organized into the United States since the Northwest Ordinance in 1787, its land was not always available for settlement. Eventually, land was purchased from Native Americans by treaties and Indian removals. The oldest counties are generally in the south near the Ohio River, whereas newer ones were in the north in territory acquired later. The oldest and newest counties in Indiana are Knox County, created in 1790, and Newton County, created in 1859.

DISCLAIMER: Online parent education classes are widely recognized within the state of Indiana by county courts and government agencies; however, if you are court ordered to take a co-parenting class, it is always best to verify approval of our classes with your county court of record to verify their acceptance of an online parenting class. Each state, county, and individual judge may dictate different requirements.