By using the following links, you can find a free online divorce class for your family.
The Marriage and Family Court Network (MFCN) offers a free one-hour online divorce course.
The program can be found on the MFCN website.2.
The Center for American Progress (CAP) offers an online divorce and child custody education course.3.
FamilyLawLawOnline.org offers a one-on-one online divorce program.4.
The National Association of Social Workers (NASSW) offers free online child custody and divorce education courses.5.
Legal Aid America offers a comprehensive divorce and parenting course for adults.6.
The Divorce Alliance offers a two-hour program on how to prepare for divorce.7.
The Law Students Association of America (LSAA) offers the National Domestic Violence Education Training Program.8.
The Women’s Legal Services Network (WIN) offers online divorce training for women.9.
The Family Law Legal Center offers free child custody, divorce and custody and visitation education classes.10.
The Federalist Society offers a 10-hour free divorce and family law course.11.
The Association of Community Legal Services offers an educational program on child custody.12.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) offers educational programs on child support, divorce, and parenting.13.
American Family Association (AFA) offers three classes for women on child and child support.14.
The Council for Responsible Lending (CRL) offers six classes for men on child or child support and child or parent support.15.
American Bar Association (AA) provides educational programs for men and women on divorce.16.
The International Association of Statisticians (IAS) offers five classes for adults on the divorce and paternity statutes.17.
The Child Support Enforcement Institute offers a divorce and support course for parents.18.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (FC) offers two classes on child maintenance and maintenance orders.19.
The Children’s Legal Defense Fund (CLDF) offers legal assistance for child support cases.20.
The University of California-Berkeley offers an in-person program on the best practices for getting custody and support in divorce.21.
The ACLU of California offers a 12-week free divorce training course.22.
The California Family Justice Center offers an education program on what it means to win a divorce.23.
The Legal Aid Society of California (LAS) offers in-depth classes on divorce and other child custody issues.24.
The Alliance of American Women offers a seven-week training program on divorce on women.25.
The Institute for Legal Reform (ILA) offers education on child/parental rights and family court issues.26.
The Judicial Education Association (JEA) offers programs for judges and judges training.27.
The Society of Women Voters of America offers free training in voting and voting in the court system.28.
The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCRB) offers training on how judges can address racial and ethnic disparities in court outcomes.29.
The Civil Rights Project (CRP) offers information on issues related to employment discrimination and workplace discrimination in California.30.
The Urban Justice Center provides information on civil rights and racial justice in California’s legal system.31.
The Coalition of Women Law Professionals (CWLP) offers professional development on family law and civil rights.32.
The Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) offers civil rights education for women in the legal profession.33.
The San Francisco Chronicle provides a free three-hour course on the Supreme Court on its website.34.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) offers one-week in-class training on child-support and spousal support orders.35.
The Santa Barbara Unified School System (SBS) offers another free in-school training on spous and support orders and other matters.36.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) offers special education courses for students in the school district.37.
The Community Foundation for Educational Choice (CFEC) offers informational materials on how California courts can help children.38.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) offers resources for students, parents, and educators who need support during divorce proceedings.39.
The Office of Community Education (OCE) offers courses on parenting, child support proceedings, child custody decisions, child welfare, and social services.40.
The Foundation for Legal Education (FL) offers additional resources on divorce, child-care issues, and family courts.41.
The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) offers comprehensive divorce education for parents in Los Angeles.42.
The Loyola Marymount University Law School (LMSU) offers several in-state and out-of-state divorce and children-support classes.43.
The Domestic Violence Legal Clinic at University of Washington (UW) provides a 24-hour, online divorce support training