Free Ohio Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in Ohio you must file a complaint with the Court of Common Pleas. You must have been a resident of Ohio for at least six months before filing for divorce. The court can also grant a divorce if your spouse files for divorce, and he or she has been a resident of Ohio for at least six months.

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Ohio Divorce Forms
Ohio Divorce Forms

Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3105 defines the reasons for which a divorce can be granted. The reasons are:

  • Either party was already married at the time your marriage was legalized
  • Abandonment by the other party for a year or more
  • Adultery
  • Extreme cruelty
  • Fraudulent marriage contract
  • Gross neglect of duty
  • Habitual drunkenness
  • Imprisonment in a state of federal correctional institution
  • If one party obtains a divorce outside of Ohio
  • Separation without interruption for one year
  • Incompatibility (must be mutually agreed upon)
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To file for divorce with children, you will need the following Ohio divorce forms:

Ohio Complaint For Divorce Without Children

Ohio Divorce Request for Service

Ohio Divorce Affidavit of Basic Information, Income, and Expenses

Ohio Divorce Affidavit of Property and Debt

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To file for divorce without children, you will need the following Ohio divorce forms:

Ohio Complaint for Divorce With Children

Ohio Divorce Parenting Proceeding Affidavit

Ohio Divorce Affidavit of Basic Information, Income and Expenses

Ohio Divorce Affidavit of Property and Debt

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Ohio Divorce Health Insurance Affidavit

Ohio Divorce Request for Service

Other forms are available from the court and may be required to continue or finalize your case.

Feel like you need a divorce lawyer? Visit our Divorce Lawyers in Ohio page.