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These forms are offered with the proviso that although you have a right to represent yourself, we recommend that you retain an attorney experienced in the practice of Juvenile Law.
If you are representing yourself, you will still have to become knowledgeable of the applicable Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, all applicable statutory laws, and the Local Rules of Court.
Forms and Guidelines for Custody and Visitation
Application to determine Custody or Visitation
Motion to Modify Custody or visitation
Parenting Time and Holiday Schedules:
These forms were drafted in conformity with the Standard Visitation Guidelines adopted by the Juvenile court and proposed Local Rule 29: Parenting Time/Shared Parenting. Use of these forms will not guarantee court approval. The court will review any agreements to ensure that the proposed schedules are in the child's best interest.
- UCCJEA Affidavit - as required by statute
- Intake sheet - in order for intake worker to do a JIMS screen in order to provide the correct forms to the public, to prevent new cases from being created when old cases exist.
Grandparent Power of Attorney and Caregiver Authorization
Filing an Appeal