Legal Information: Wyoming
Updated: December 22, 2022
Could a judge require me to take parenting classes?
Yes. In cases involving child custody, the court may order the parents to attend classes parenting classes. If the custody issues are being dealt with as part of a divorce, the judge could order you to take classes that deal with lessening the impact of divorce on your children, for example.1 If you are the victim of domestic violence, you may want to specifically request that you and the abuser take the classes at different times or different locations.
1 W.S. § 20-2-201(f)
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