Order And Notice To Attend Parent Information Program Class Form. This is a Arizona form and can be use in Maricopa Local County.
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SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Case Number Name of Petitioner Name of Respondent ORDER AND NOTICE TO ATTEND PARENT INFORMATION PROGRAM CLASS THIS IS AN OFFICIAL COURT ORDER. IF YOU FAIL TO OBEY THIS ORDER, THE COURT MAY FIND YOU IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. THE COURT FINDS: This case involves minor child(ren) and is an action for: Dissolution of Marriage; Legal Separation, or Paternity with a Request to Determine Legal Decision-Making Authority (Custody) or Parenting Time or Child Support; Request to Determine Legal Decision-Making Authority (Custody) or Parenting Time or Support. THE COURT ORDERS pursuant to ARS §25-352: 1. 2. ATTEND CLASS. You must attend and complete the Parent Information Program Class. WITHIN 45 DAYS. Both the Petitioner and the Respondent must complete this class within 45 days from the date the Respondent is served with, or accepts service of, the Petition/Complaint. The Respondent must register for and complete the course whether or not a "Response" or "Answer" to the Petition/Complaint is filed. PAY THE CLASS FEE. Each party must pay the class fee to the Program Provider. 3. *If the court fees in your Family Court case have been deferred or waived, you are eligible to have the PIP program fees deferred or waived, respectively. You must provide documentation of your deferral or waiver to the PIP program provider at the time you register for the class. 4. FILE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION. Both the Petitioner and the Respondent must each file a "Certificate of Completion" with the Clerk of the Court immediately after completing the class and prior to receiving the final judgment/order/decree in the case. FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASS. If you file a Petition/Complaint or "Response" or "Answer" and do not complete the Parent Information Program Class, the judge may not sign your papers and you may not get the things you asked the court to give you. You may also be denied the right to seek modification and/or enforcement of the decree/judgment/order until completion of the class. If you are the party required to file a Response/Answer and choose not to file a "Response" or "Answer", and do not complete the Parent Information Program Class, you may be denied the right to seek modification and/or enforcement of the decree/judgment/order until completion of the class. 5. Page 1 of 1 © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County All Rights Reserved ONA DR12F 070915 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No: _____________________ PARENT INFORMATION PROGRAM NOTICE ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED (A.R.S. §25-352 and Administrative Order No. 2013-020). You and the other parent must attend and complete a class in the PARENT INFORMATION PROGRAM. As a precaution against any type of abuse or harassment, you and the other parent must attend separate classes. You may each take the class from the same agency, but not at the same time. This is not a parenting skills class. The purpose of the program is to give parents information about how children are affected by matters that involve family courts: divorce, paternity, or legal decision making (custody) matters and parenting time. This Notice applies to all parents who file any of the following actions. Dissolution of marriage or legal separation that involves a natural or adopted minor, unemancipated child common to the parties, or Paternity with a request that the court determine legal decision-making authority (custody), parenting time or child support, or Any other domestic relations/family court cases if attendance is ordered by the court. IF YOU DO NOT ATTEND THE PARENT INFORMATION CLASS, THE JUDGE MAY NOT SIGN YOUR PAPERS AND YOU MAY NOT GET THE THINGS YOU ASKED THE COURT TO DO. THE JUDGE MAY ALSO FIND YOU IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. NOTICE TO THE OTHER PARENT. After you file your court papers, you must serve the Order and Notice on the other parent. If you have questions on how to serve the other parent, the Superior Court Self-Service Center locations have forms and instructions available. · ................................................. Downtown Phoenix1st floor East Court Building, 101 W Jefferson Street · ................................................. Northeast Phoenix 18380 North 40th Street, · ................................................. Southeast Complex 222 E Javelina Avenue, Mesa · ................................................. Northwest Valley 14264 West Tierra Buena Lane, Surprise · ................................................. Self Service Web-Site APPROVED PARENT INFORMATION CLASSES IN MARICOPA COUNTY. You may choose which class you want to attend. The court will not assign you to attend a specific class. Court-approved provider classes are available in both English and Spanish. You can register for your class by contacting one of the providers listed below. Page 1 of 2 © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County All Rights Reserved ONA DR12F 070915 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Families in Transition Classroom 480-946-9680 or 602-694-4906 Español 602-451-4046 http://www.center4families.com Center for Divorce Education Online English: https://online.divorce-education.com/ Espanol: https://online.divorce-education.com/es AZ Priority Education & Counseling Classroom/Online 602-485-1200 for English / Español http://www.azpec.com COST. UNLESS YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A FEE WAIVER OR DEFERRAL you are required to pay the provider of the class the fee (not to exceed) $50.00. You are entitled to a fee waiver or deferral if the court fees in your Family Court case have been deferred or waived. Please contact the provider regarding the required documentation for a waiver or deferral. SPECIAL NEEDS OR ACCOMMODATIONS. If, due to a disability, language, or other needs, you have difficulty finding a Parent Information Program class that can accommodate your needs, please contact Family Court Administration at 602-506-1561 for assistance. CLASS PROCEDURES. Arrive a few minute early Bring picture Identification Bring your case number Do not bring children You must check in to the class and check out. Failure to check in and out of the class may result in your attendance not being counted. ONLINE PROCEDURES. Find a time and a place free of distractions Have your case number and credit card available Make sure the technical requirements of the program match your device Remember you do not have to take the entire class at once. The computer remembers where you left off. You may get more out