Family Court Services
Third Judicial District of Idaho
Serving Adams, Gem, Canyon, Owyhee, Payette, and Washington Counties
Family Court Services (FCS) Office:
In-person assistance is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call, email, or contact us through this website.
“Focus on Children” Co-Parenting Class
To register and complete the “Focus on Children” Class, please see below for instructions:
>> Go to the “Focus on Children” tab above
>> Scroll to the bottom and find “Focus on Children – Online”
>> Follow the directions to proceed
If you have questions regarding the “Focus on Children” class, please call, email, or contact us through this website.
A note from your Family Court Services District Manager:
It is with regret that we may have limited in-person assistance and have suspended other in-person services. However, your health is of utmost importance to us. While we may have limited some in-person services, we are here for you via phone, website, and email. Please stay safe during this unprecedented time.
Thank you for understanding,
Mary H. Hoffman, LMSW
Family Court Services
Third Judicial District
MISSION STATEMENT Family Court Services promotes and facilitates respectful, collaborative, and timely resolution of family law cases, beginning with the least costly and least intrusive options for families and the Courts.
Family Court Services offers a “tool box” of services and referrals for parents involved in family law matters, including, but not limited to:
- Parenting Apart Education “Focus On Children”
- Parenting Plan Assistance
- Child Custody Mediation
- Effective Co-Parenting Guidance
- Child Custody Evaluators
- Parenting Coordinators
- Safe and secure visitation for children (Supervised Access)
Family Court Services does not provide legal advice. Those seeking to file for divorce, custody, child support, or modification of custody or child support are advised to seek legal advice or assistance. The Idaho State Bar provides a free Lawyer Referral Service .
You may obtain the instructions and court documents (fees may apply) at your local county courthouse through the Court Assistance Office.