Use these forms to file for a modification to a child support order in Ohio. You can only use these forms if you have an existing child support order. You should also check your court’s website to see if there are any additional local forms you should file.
These forms should be filed in the court where the existing child support order was made. In the case of divorced parents this is typically the domestic relations court and in the case of parents that were never married this is typically the juvenile court. If the order was issued by CSEA, not a court, but you’d like to modify the order through the court instead of CSEA, file in juvenile court. Read this article for more information about the CSEA and court modification processes.