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Answering a divorce
After you have been served divorce papers, it’s important to get organized and respond quickly. You have a limited amount of time to respond. Here's what you need to do, including the paperwork you will need to file.
Divorce, dissolution or legal separation
You have three main options if you want to end your marriage: dissolution, divorce or legal separation. Learn the difference between them and what is likely to be best for you.
Getting a divorce without children
Learn what you need to know to get a divorce without children in Ohio.
Getting a divorce with children
Learn what you need to know to get divorced in Ohio, including the paperwork and important issues you need to think about.
Divorce Answer Form Assistant
This is the first step you will take to start the process of filing a divorce "answer." 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.
NAACP Cleveland Branch Complaint Intake
This Intake Assistant is a joint project of Ohio Legal Help and the Cleveland Branch NAACP. The Assistant will help you complete the necessary information for the Cleveland Branch NAACP to review your request for help.
"Grounds” for divorce
To get a divorce you must give a legal reason, called “grounds” for the divorce. Learn about the reasons you can get divorced in Ohio.
Ohio divorce timeline
There are a lot of steps involved in getting a divorce. The whole process can take between several months and two years. This overview will help you understand what to expect.
Divorce with Children Form Assistant
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.
Divorce, property and debts
Learn about how your property and debts are divided during a divorce. Temporary orders can also help make arrangements for what you need in the short term.