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Good Morning Assigned Counsel, Guardians ad Litem, Prosecutors, and Public Defenders,

The Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court has posted proposed Local Rule 10 (Remote Hearings) and amendments to Local Rule 43 (Mediation) for public comment (both attached).  Comments may be sent to me via e-mail, mailed to 9300 Quincy Ave 4th Floor, Cleveland, OH 44106, or faxed to 216-443-3507


 

Information Regarding HB 410 for Cuyahoga County Boards of Education


Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court will begin accepting child support payments on January 11, 2021.

Payments must be made with exact change. Checks and money orders will not be accepted.


Credit/debit card payments can be made by calling 1-888-965-2676, option #5, or by accessing https://oh.smartchildsupport.com

Checks and money orders can be mailed to:

Ohio CSPC

PO Box 182372

Columbus, OH 43218

All checks and money orders should contain the SETS (10-digit) number and Order Number (if available).

Child Support Warrant Recall Program has been suspended until further notice.


Attention: If you are the biological parent or legal guardian, are a resident of Cuyahoga County, and are interested in receiving community-based services and supports to assist you with your child’s unruly behavior the paperwork needed to begin the process can be picked up at the Juvenile Court Early Intervention & Diversion Center (EIDC) located at the Metzenbaum Center, 3343 Community College Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 during normal business hours. EIDC staff are available to answer questions and explain next steps once paperwork is submitted. NOTE: Children who are ten (10) years of age or younger, or who are actively on probation, or who have pending official cases with this Court are not eligible for EIDC unruly services. EIDC staff do not have the ability or authority to remove children from the home setting.