Q: After judge Sings off on a required to complete Parenting classes, what is the time frame given to complete it?
The judge Signed of on the parenting plan we came to an agreement in October 2018. Parenting class for father was a mandatory. Father is now saying there’s no time limit and refuses to take the classes.
A: A Parenting Class is always required in any domestic relations action including children. If it was a temporary parenting plan and there's still a final hearing in the future, then ideally before the next hearing. Your attorney will let the judge know. If the by judge signing off you mean on a "final judgment" or "divorce decree," then you should discuss your post-judgment options. ~ Kim Ebert, Attorney at Law, (678) 818-6543, serving Georgia, Florida, Hawaii and several Federal Districts.
Homer P Jordan IV agrees with this answer
A: It sounds like he should have already had it, but if he's purposely dragging his feet to try to hold things up then you should make sure your attorney knows so that information can be shared with the judge. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
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