The above button will connect you to the Domestic Relations Court’s Learning Management System. This page will have several courses listed. You are to create an account with your full legal name and select the course “Working Together”. At the end of the course a certificate of completion will be provided please keep this for your record.
If you have any issues or questions creating an LMS Account please click the button below.
About the Working Together Program
Working together to cooperate in parenting your children is the most important investment parents can make in the future of their children as well as the community in which we live. The Working Together program gives parents the opportunity to learn together their rights and responsibilities. The program also gives parents the opportunity to meet with a neutral professional to resolve their differences and plan together on the best way to meet the challenges ahead.
Having a child is one of the biggest decisions a parent can make. Parenting brings many challenges. Mothers and Fathers have different strengths and skills that children need in order to grow. Parents also have certain rights and responsibilities regarding their children.
Never married parents frequently have questions about these rights and responsibilities when it comes to custody, visitation and child support. The Working Together program, sponsored by the Summit County Domestic Relations Court, is designed to help parents better understand the answers to these questions and work together to give their child the guidance and love they need to grow up healthy and strong.