This page has information on domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking petitions.
This page has information on how the rights of grandparents, including how to make a grandparent a power of attorney for a grandchild.
This brochure explains your rights when you or someone in your family is the victim of domestic violence.
This brochure explains the rights victims of domestic violence have when receiving Ohio Works First (OWF), food stamps, and subsidized housing.
This brochure explains visitation issues with your child when you and your spouse have separated.
This brochure explains the rights unmarried mothers have regarding their children.
This brochure explains the court process for changing the custody of a child, including the factors the judge looks at when deciding whether custody should be changed.
This brochure explains the process for having a current child support order modified.
This brochure explains the process to follow to change or enforce a current parenting time order.
The Ohio Putative Father Registry (OPFR) helps an unmarried father find out if his child might be adopted. This brochure explains how the registry works and what steps a possible father should take.
This brochure explains the rights of people who live together but are not married, the legal advantages of marriage, and how to gain some rights that are similar to those for married couples.
This brochure explains how a student becomes a habitual truant student, how that affects the student and the student’s parents, and how to fix the truancy issues.
Click the link below to request services online or call our office that serves the county where you live. Briefly tell the secretary what the problem is. If you’ve received any papers from the court, you should have them handy so you can read from them.