Legitimation for Fathers Seminar Registration
This seminar is for Fathers who would like to understand more about Legitimation. This seminar is required if you would like to use our Family Law Resource Center to complete paperwork to file a Legitimation action. Other topics include understanding the needs of children, stress symptoms of children, developing positive communication strategies with your co-parent; developing an appropriate parenting plan, and dealing with new family structures.

Location: The Mediation Center of the Coastal Empire at 5105 Paulsen Street, Suite 125-D, Savannah, GA 31405. Participants are required to be on time. Anyone who is late will be asked to register for a future seminar.

If you have filed your Legitimation action, this seminar meets the need to take a parenting seminar. Meaning, you are not required to take Transitional Parenting and the Legitimation for Fathers seminar. You only need to take one of the seminars.

Dates of Legitimation for Fathers Seminar *
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Civil Action Number (if you have not filed, please leave blank)
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Seminar Fee $50.00 Per Person
You may apply for a fee reduction by submitting the Request for Fee Reduction application found at http://www.mediationsavannah.com/mediation/alternative-dispute-resolution-fee-reduction. The Request for Fee Reduction must be received more than three (3) days prior to the seminar date you selected. Eligibility for a reduction in fee is based upon the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
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Communicating with your co-parent to minimize conflict
The needs of a child
Importance of involvement of both parents in their children’s lives
Harm caused by putting children “in the middle” of conflict or communicating through child(ren)
Harm caused by speaking badly about the other parent in the presence of the child(ren)
Creating a parenting plan that minimizes conflict between co-parents
Parental alienation occurs when one parent prevents their co-parent from interacting with their child. In the past 30 days, has the mother of your child prevented you from calling, seeing, or visiting with your child(ren)? *
How long has it been since you have seen your child(ren)? *
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How many children are involved in this legitimation action? *
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Thank you for registering for the seminar.
If you have any questions, please call The Mediation Center at (912) 354-6686 or send an email to info@mediationsavannah.com
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