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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: May 23, 2020
Internet and correspondence courses are being TEMPORARILY accepted in Clay County which normally requires parents to take a class in person. Our classroom classes are currently suspended pending further guidance from the courts. Please call (888) 747-5362 to register for our Internet or Correspondence Course, or to have your questions answered by an instructor. Select the link above to register yourself for our Internet Course at your convenience.
The course fee is $50.00 including your certificate for the court.
No extra charges ever for emailed or duplicate certificates.
We email a temporary certificate when you finish the class.
We mail your original certificate.
A Positive Divorce Resolution gives you a distance learning option with classroom advantages without the restrictions of class times and locations. Exercises enhance the reading and provide options for continuing growth and education for a lifetime. Audio recordings bring principles and skills to life so you have options for reducing your stress and helping your children through this time of change in your family.
Your instructors, Glenna Auxier and Bob Perchalski, have each been actively involved in relationship and parent education for over 30 years. They will be as available to you as they would be to a parent in a classroom.You can ask questions any time by phone or email.
If you can take a course from us in person, we urge you to do that. If your schedule, location or physical condition makes that difficult or impossible, then you and your family deserve to have the best distance learning experience available
A Positive Divorce Resolution.
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for our Internet course.
Don't have a computer? Take our Correspondence Class.
Call (888) 747-5362
Positive Divorce Resolution, Inc. is a Florida Department of Children and Family Services approved Parent Education & Family Stabilization Course provider, and satisfies the requirements for parent education in Florida according to Section 61.21 Florida Statutes and the curriculum standards of the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Glenna O. Auxier
Robert J. Perchalski, Ph.D.
us by email at email@example.com