In an earlier post published on July 1st, we were pleased to inform you
about a new parenting education program available at the Los Angeles Superior
Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles. That particular
program is aimed at young parents between the ages of 13 and 24 years
of age and is entitled “Young Parents, Bright Futures.” Today,
I am pleased to provide you with some additional information on another
parenting education course available at the Family Law Court in downtown
LA, which is being made available through the Shriver Family Law Project.
Our understanding is the new Shriver Family Law Project will help parents
with the following:
- Develop techniques on improving communication with the other parent
- Lessons on reducing conflict so you can work more effectively with the
- Engaging in discussion, interactive exercises, videos, and an optional
- Separate classes are available for you and the other parent
The NEW parenting education classes are
FREE and will be made available to low-income parents dealing with
custody cases in downtown Los Angeles. If you are involved in a child custody dispute
in Los Angeles, and if you need to get more info on the Shriver Family
Law Project you can call their office directly at: (213) 625-1044.
In light of all of the recent state budget cuts, it’s heartening
that programs like these are being funded to help families with custody
issues at the Family Law Court in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, if you need
to find out about more help that may be available to you within Los Angeles
County, we hope you will continue to check out our Los Angeles Divorce
Lawyer Resources page on our informational website.
Contact a Los Angeles divorce lawyer from our office today and request your FREE consultation at (323) 655-2105.