CFIT Classes

                                                                                                            

AS OF MARCH 1, 2013 – THERE WILL BE NO FEES ACCEPTED IN CLASS. PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE OF THE CLASS.

Children and Families in Transition Seminar (CFIT)

 
WHO
 
Required for all divorcing parents and allocation of parental responsibility cases, (in El Paso & Teller Counties), of children between the ages of 0-18, within 45 days of filing and before final orders can be set.
 
 
 
WHAT
 
There will be two videos shown. The videos will highlight the effects of divorce on children and how to reduce negativity and help your child/ren in a proactive and positive manner. There will be an attorney and/or mental health professional volunteering their time at the class. They will answer questions and share insights to help parents through this process.
 
 
 
WHEN
 
2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
3rd Friday of each month (not the last Friday) from 12:00 noon to 2:00 PM
PLEASE arrive early. You will NOT be admitted if you are more than 10 minutes late.
 
 
WHERE
 
270 S. Tejon Street, Room 113 (Jury Assembly Room)
 
 
CLASS COST
 
There is a $40.00 fee (per person) which must be paid in advance of class. Please note that if you have an attorney, they do not prepay your CFIT fees. (PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS on back of this sheet). 
 
 
 
 
CHILD ARRANGEMENTS
 
Children are NOT ALLOWED in the class under any circumstances. The items discussed are not appropriate for them to hear. If you bring your children, you will be dismissed and asked to return without your children at a different time.
 
You may arrange for child care in advance for the Friday CFIT Seminar through Court Care which is a free child care service for court approved activities. In order to arrange the Friday Court Care Services, You must make arrangements in advance. Arrangements/reservations must be made by Monday at 4 pm for the Friday class.  Please call 452.5499 to make the arrangements. There is no child care for the Wednesday Seminars as they are held after business hours.
 
 
 
 
 
PARKING
 
For Wednesday evening classes:   You may park in the Jury Parking lot on the southwest corner of Cascade and Vermijo. If you choose to park on the street, note that there is no fee for parking meters after 6 pm – but you will have to provide money to the meter from 5:30 (start of class) until 6: 00.
 
For Friday Noon Classes:   The best option for parking is the public parking garage on the northwest corner of Cascade and East Costilla Street. There is no break taken during the class to allow you to feed the meters. There is also free parking a few blocks from the courthouse (approximately 3 blocks west, east and south).
 
QUESTIONS
Language and/or Disability needs and Questions call: CASA @ 447.9898

 
ITEMS TO BRING TO CLASS:
1.       Your Case number, paper & pencil, and a desire to learn.
2.       Your on-line receipt if payment was made the day of class.
3.       If your fees are waived, please bring either:
a.       Court signed JDF 206 (Finding and Order Concerning payment of Filing Fees)
b.       JDF 203 Certification of Determination of Indigency (this only applies if you are receiving assistance from Colorado Legal Services).
HOW TO PAY:   Payments must be paid in advance of class. No payments will be taken during class.
1.       Cash or Money Order or Credit Card Payments will be taken at the CASA Office:      CASA is located at 701 South Cascade Avenue (on the corner of Cascade and Rio Grande). CASA office is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 5:00. When making payments at the CASA Office, you must provide your name and your DR Case Number.
2.       Credit Card Payments on Line: To pay by credit card go to www.casappr.org and hit the CFIT button.  You will need to designate your DR Case number in order to process payment and receive credit. If payments are made on the day of the class, please bring your receipt to class with you.
 WAIVER OF FEES CRITERIA: Any Individual who is receiving assistance from Colorado Legal Services can present a Certification of Determination of Indigency (JDF 203) signed by a Colorado Legal Services attorney to receive a waiver of the CFIT Fees.
Any individual with a Finding and Order Concerning Payment of Filing Fees (JDF 206) signed by the Court, which waives his/her filing fee is eligible for a waiver of the CFIT fee.
 

February 19, 2013 


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