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Free Family Law Forms

These Family Law forms for the State of Ohio are provided free for for your convenience.

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Ohio Family Law Forms

 

  1. Supreme Court of Ohio Uniform Ohio Domestic Relations and Juvenile Forms
  2. Acknowledgement of Paternity Affidavit for the State of Ohio
  3. Putative Father form for the State of Ohio, plus instructions.
  4. Ohio Samples, Examples, Checklists, Lists of Legal Requirements for married parents, divorce, dissolution, child support and more.  Many of these forms can be adapted for use in other counties, but read your local rules of court!  Some of these forms can be changed to use in never-married cases.
  5. For some examples for never married parents, click this link.  Remember to check the links to law libraries below, as they have many forms.  Also try some of these forms: Hamilton County Juvenile Court forms.
  6. Forms to file a complaint to establish paternity (can be done before child is born or after child is born.  This is for Hamilton County, but it is a good example and may be adaptable to use in other counties (check with your local clerk of court).
  7. Domestic Violence Protection Order Forms
  8. Franklin County Child Support Enforcement Agency Forms
  9. Franklin County Domestic Relations & Juvenile Court Forms
  10. Franklin County Domestic Relations Forms (Part 2)
  11. Franklin County Juvenile Court Forms
  12. Franklin County Law Library Forms
  13. Ohio Child Support Guidelines Worksheet, Sole Custody or Shared Parenting
  14. Ohio Child Support Guidelines Worksheet, Split Parental Rights
  15. Appendix of Forms to Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure. Domestic Relations Forms can be used statewide, includes divorce forms.
  16. Register a court order from another state for enforcement in Ohio (you may have to cross out the name of the county and insert the name of your county.
  17. Complaint for Divorce Without Children
  18. Complaint for Divorce With Children
  19. Counterclaim for Divorce
  20. Answer to Complaint for Divorce Without Children (and/or Reply to Counterclaim)
  21. Answer to Complaint for Divorce With Children (and/or Reply to Counterclaim)
  22. Final Judgment For Divorce Without Children 
  23. Final Judgment For Divorce With Children
  24. Judgment Entry Converting Interest in Real Estate
  25. Petition for Dissolution of Marriage (With Children or Without Children and Waiver of Service of Summons
  26. Judgment Entry of Dissolution of Marriage (With Children or Without Children)
  27. Separation Agreement
  28. Shared Parenting Plan
  29. Parenting Plan (Sole Custody to One Parent or Split Custody)
  30. Parenting Judgment Entry (Sole Custody or Shared Parenting Decree)
  31. Complaint for Parentage, Allocation of Parental Rights and Responsibilities (Custody) and Parenting Time (Companionship and Visitation)
  32. Motion for Contempt and Affidavit
  33. Show Cause Order, Notice and Instructions to the Clerk
  34. Motion for Change of Parenting Time (Companionship and Visitation) and Memorandum in Support
  35. Motion for Change of Parental Rights and Responsibilities (Custody) and Memorandum in Support
  36. Motion for Change of Child Support, Medical Support, Tax Exemption, or Other Child Related Expenses and Memorandum in Support
  37. Explanation of Health Care Bills (For Contempt)
  38. Waiver of Service of Summons
  39. Request for Service
  40. Affidavit of Income and Expenses
  41. Parenting Proceeding Affidavit
  42. Health Insurance Affidavit
  43. Property Disclosure Affidavit
  44. Motion and Affidavit or Counteraffidavit for Temporary Orders Without Oral Hearing

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