Gadsden Parenting Class
Watch this Divorce Course from ANY DEVICE:
4-hr SELF-PACED VIDEO online course
100% ONLINE Florida Parenting class
Instant Access & Certificate
Guaranteed Acceptance in FL. Courts
Engaging 10 modules + activities
Created by Top 1% Ranked Doctor
BONUS: Audio & PDF included
Comprising: Chattahoochee, Gretna, Midway, Quincy, Havana, Greensboro, and Mount Pleasant.
Gadsden County Clerk of Courts
9 E. Jefferson St. Quincy, Florida 32353-1799
Phone: (850) 875-8650
Legal Aid and resources
Help is available for low-income residents of Gadsen County in need of assistance in matters related to Florida divorce laws. Parents who plan to divorce in Florida can speak with an attorney and get free legal advice by calling the Helpline: (850) 875-9881 during their hours of operation: Monday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. This is a service offered by the Legal Services of North Florida Parents can also visit the Quincy Office located at: 121 N. Jackson St. Quincy, Florida 32351 which services Jackson, Gadsen and Liberty Counties as well.
To see if you are eligible to receive this free service, click HERE
If you plan to file for divorce in Florida and are looking for private attorneys in Gadsen County, you can use the Florida Bar Association Referral service. You can also reach them by phone by calling (800) 342-8011 or (850) 561-5844. You will be asked to describe your legal issue, and they will refer you to a Florida divorce lawyer with experience with your particular legal matter who practices family law in Gadsen County.
In addition to being in good standing with the Florida Bar, most of these divorce attorneys carry professional malpractice insurance, which assures you of getting the best quality legal work for your money.
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Divorce in Florida with Children
In Florida, parents involved in a dissolution of marriage proceeding with minor children or a paternity proceeding with issues of parental responsibility must attend, separately, parenting classes approved by the Department of Children and Families (DCF) before the court issues a final judgment.
Parenting Classes Online
Florida divorce laws require that parenting classes last a minimum of 4 hours. The State allows parents to take these parenting classes online. Co-parenting classes, Family stabilization, parent education, divorce course, or parenting education course, as these educational programs are also called, provide education, training, and support during the divorce process in accordance with Chapter 61.21 of the Florida Statutes.