Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage

Anyone living in Ohio can go online 24 hours a day to use our fixed fee, online legal services to represent themselves in uncontested divorce or dissolution of marriage cases. These clients will represent themselves at the divorce or dissolution hearing, but  we provide them with all the documents needed for self representation and detailed instructions on what to say and do in court.  We can also supply our clients with coaching by email.  

You can still get divorced even if you no longer know how to find your spouse: we offer an option to purchase documents which, when filed with the court, allow you to serve your spouse by running a legal notice in the newspaper.

For an additional fee, our attorneys can also be hired to represent an online client in Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga, Summit, Portage and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio.

On-Line Documents:

Ohio  Dissolution of Marriage  –  Dissolution is Ohio version of the “no-fault” divorce where the parties jointly petition the court to end their marriage on terms they agree to in a Separation Agreement and, where applicable, a Parenting Plan.  The forms for dissolution of marriage are bundled with legal advice.

Ohio Divorce – These forms are primarily used in an “uncontested” divorce where one party files and the other party does not contest the issue.  As in dissolution actions, the parties in an uncontested divorce may enter into to a Separation Agreement and a Parenting Plan.  The forms for divorce are bundled with legal advice.

Separation Agreement – The Separation Agreement is a contract between separating spouses where they agree to a custody arrangement, child and spousal support, property division,  and the way they will handle all other marital rights and issues.

Parenting Plan – This is a document that details the division of parental rights and responsibilities, including child companionship times, between separating parents of minor children.

Pre-Marital Agreement – Is an agreement between parties who are getting married where they describe their property and detail what will happen to that property in the event of divorce or untimely death of a spouse.

Secondary Documents:
Affidavit of Income and Expenses

Affidavit of Property

Health Insurance Affidavit

Parenting Proceeding Affidavit

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