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Ohio Uncontested Divorce Online  

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  Before you start completing your uncontested divorce forms with us, please read all the requirements for Ohio divorce. Make sure that your situation matches all the requirements. Uncontested Divorce Forms Online  
 

Requirements for Ohio divorce

 
 
Residency Requirements:
 
In order to file for divorce or dissolution of marriage in Ohio, the filing spouse must have been a resident of Ohio for at least 6 months and a resident of the county for at least 90 days immediately before to filing. [Ohio Revised Code Annotated; Section 3105.03 and Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure; Rule 3].
 
Legal Separation:
 
The grounds for legal separation are 1) adultery; 2) imprisonment; 3) willful desertion for 1 year; 4) cruel and inhuman treatment; 5) bigamy; 6) drunkenness; 7) fraud; 8) neglect; 9) incompatibility; 10) living separate and apart without cohabitation and without interruption for 1 year. [Ohio Revised Code Annotated; Sections 3105.01 and 3105.17].
 
General Divorce Procedure:
 
Both spouses may jointly file the petition for dissolution of marriage, which contains signatures of both spouses and an attached settlement agreement with provisions for (a) property division; (b) spousal support; and (c) provisions for custody, visitation and child support, if there are minor children. Both spouses must then appear in court between 30 and 90 days after filing to testify that they signed the agreement voluntarily, are satisfied with the agreement, and seek a dissolution of marriage. [Ohio Revised Code Annotated; Sections 3105.03, 3105.10, and 3105.61-65 and Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure; Appendix of Forms].
 
Where to file for divorce:
 
File the petition for dissolution in the county of the filing spouse.
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Grounds for Ohio Divorce:

No-fault:
 
Ohios no-fault grounds for divorce are:
    1) incompatibility (unless contested by the other spouse);
    2) living separate and apart without interruption for one year.

 
Fault-based:
 
Ohios fault-based grounds include:
    1) adultery;
    2) imprisonment;
    3) fraud;
    4) willful desertion for one year;
    5) cruel and inhuman treatment;
    6) drunkenness;
    7) neglect;
    8) bigamy.
 
When a final divorce decree has been obtained outside of the state of Ohio that does not release the other spouse from the obligations of the marriage inside the state of Ohio.
[Ohio Revised Code Annotated; Section 3105.01].
 
Mediation or Counseling:
 
Either at the request of one of the spouses, or at the courts initiative, the court may order a 90-day counseling period. In addition, the court may order mediation when there are child custody and visitation issues in dispute. [Ohio Revised Code Annotated; Sections 3105.091 and 3117.01].
 
Title of Divorce action:
 
No-fault: Petition for Dissolution of Marriage;
Fault-based: Complaint for Divorce.
 
Rights to Maiden Name:
 
The former name may be restored upon request.
Go to "Change Name" service
 
Filing Fees:
 
Court filing fees are in addition. Please check with your local courthouse to determine the exact amount.
 
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