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Standardized Domestic Relations Forms Proposed

The Ohio Supreme Court has proposed 23 standardized domestic relations forms to assist with family law related proceedings, such as divorces, dissolutions, legal separations, and parenting plans.

The Ohio Supreme Court has proposed 23 standardized domestic relations forms to assist with family law related proceedings, such as divorces, dissolutions, legal separations, and parenting plans.

The Ohio Supreme Court has proposed 23 standardized domestic relations forms to assist with family law related proceedings, such as divorces, dissolutions, legal separations, and parenting plans.

The Ohio Supreme Court has proposed 23 standardized domestic relations forms to assist with family law related proceedings, such as divorces, dissolutions, legal separations, and parenting plans.

The Ohio Supreme Court has proposed 23 standardized forms so litigants not represented by an attorney can meaningfully participate in many family law related proceedings in domestic relations and juvenile courts such as divorces, dissolutions, legal separations, and parenting plans.

The Supreme Court will accept public comment on the forms until November 13.

Key information, relevant instructions, and tips have been embedded in the forms using plain English as much as possible to assist self-represented litigants in pursuing their cases in court.

Once adopted in final form, the forms will be posted on the Supreme Court’s website in a format to be completed online or printed out for completion by hand.

To access the proposed forms. Comments on the proposed forms should be submitted in writing to:

Stephanie Graubner Nelson, Policy and Research Counsel
Children, Families, and the Courts Section
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street, Sixth Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
or
stephanie.nelson@sc.ohio.gov.

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