This is the first step you will take to start the process of filing for divorce, if you have kids. The information you enter will be used to put together a packet of documents you will need to save, fill out, print and file with your local court.
COVID-19 Update: On June 8, 2020, the Supreme Court of Ohio released updated versions of some domestic relations forms that do not need to be signed by a notary. This is a temporary change, as in-person notary services can be difficult to access with COVID-19 shut-downs, and the updated forms let you skip that step. We have updated our forms to match the new forms, and will update our site when they are no longer usable.