Families assigned to Kids First are required to attend one Wednesday session. Parents are not required to attend on the same night and may reschedule to different dates. If any assigned member of a family fails to attend the program, it could result in a divorce or custody determination being delayed or denied.
Your official Kids First Notice form will be placed in your court file. The judge will review the Notice to see whether or not your family attended.
For both locations:
Late comers will not be allowed in to the class.
If you are late, you must reschedule your class.
Find where and when you must attend class
See who should and should not attend class
Find how the judge will review your attendance
Request an Interpreter (limited English proficient individuals or American Sign Language)
Review Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Reschedule a future appointment
Relocate your class to a different island
Make up a class you missed
Request to be excused
Access Request to be Excused form
Find out when you or family members attended Kids First
Look up your divorce case record
Purchase "The Purple Family" DVD
See this website`s Legal Disclaimers
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, and other applicable state and federal laws, if you require an accommodation for a disability, when working with a court program, service or activity, please contact the ADA Coordinator at the First Circuit Court, Family Court office by telephone (808) 954-8200, facsimile (808) 954-8308, or via email email@example.com at least ten (10) working days before the activity date.
Only persons listed on the Notice to Attend Kids First form are permitted to attend. This could include:
Classes are assigned by the court after you have filed your case.
You cannot schedule your own class. You can only reschedule the one assigned to you.
Where and when your class is held depends on which location you select, read your Kids First Notice.
The addresses to both these locations are on the Contact Information page.