If you are a resident of Ohio and want to know how you can take divorce from your partner, then here is the complete guide for you. For taking divorce in Ohio, you do not have to follow any complex process, taking divorce is quite simple here. Here is step by step guide.

  1. Fulfil all Requirements for Filing Divorce

For filing the divorce in Ohio, the first requirement is either both of you or anyone partner must have lived in Ohio for a period of six months. You have been the resident of this country for 90 days before you file a divorce. The other requirement is you have to find the ground for taking divorce. Ohio has provision for ‘no-fault’ divorce ground and this one is the easiest to prove. But, there are other grounds also present on which you can file divorce such as both partners are living separately for a long period of time, one partner has cheated in marriage, one partner is extremely cruel, one partner is in federal prison, partner does not take an important responsibility of marriage, partner is addicted to drinking and during marriage also he or she was under the influence of alcohol.

  1. Find Where You have to File the Case

You can file a divorce petition in any court of Ohio, but while filing divorce, it is important to know that this will be the court where you have to submit all documents and present for the hearing. You can check the website of the Ohio Judicial branch to find the court, which is nearest to you.

  1. Analyze All Grounds for Divorce

Before filing divorce, analyze and discuss all issues related to divorce matters with your partner such as marital property distribution, child custody, spousal support, etc. If you and your partners have decided everything and there is no conflict in property distribution and child custody, then you can file for dissolution with your spouse. This is the easiest way of getting divorced and in this process, you get the divorced from your partner in just one month period.  

  1. File Dissolution of Marriage

If aforementioned is the situation of your case, then all you have to do is visit the court and file marriage dissolution petition there. The dissolution petitions are available in country court as well as online, so you can go anywhere. In addition to that, you have to complete some other forms as well and this includes income and expenses affidavit, property affidavit, separation agreement, judgment entry. After filling all forms, it is the time to file a petition in the court. Both you and your partner have to present in the court for filing a petition. You will have to pay a certain fee for filing petition in the court. 

  1. Attend Your Hearing

Once your case has been filed in court, you have to visit the court for hearing on schedule date. If everything is ok, you will get the divorced.

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