Please refer to the Coshocton County Local Juvenile Rules for specific information regarding filings.
Disclaimer: Please be aware that these forms do not include instructions or legal advice regarding your rights, responsibilities, and legal options. To be fully informed and get answers to your questions, you should seek the advice of an attorney.
The posted forms are formatted so headings and questions are on the same page as the corresponding blanks to be completed and so there is adequate space to complete the forms by hand. Changes to formatting can interfere with these features.
** You May wish to access the Coshocton County Specific Forms on the Home Page by clicking on the tab in the right hand column labeled “Legal Self-Help Site & Forms”
PDF – Affidavit 1 Affidavit of Income and Expenses
PDF – Affidavit 3 Parenting Proceeding Affidavit
PDF – Affidavit 4 Health Insurance Affidavit
PDF – Affidavit 5 Motion and Affidavit or Counter Affidavit for Temporary Orders Without Oral Hearing
PDF – Form 17 – Shared Parenting Plan
PDF – Form 18 – Parenting Plan
PDF – Form 19 – Parenting Judgment Entry
PDF – Form 20 – Complaint for Parentage, Allocation of Parental Rights and Responsibilities and Parenting Time
PDF – Form 21 – Motion for Contempt and Affidavit
PDF – Form 22 – Show Cause Order, Notice and Instructions to the Clerk
PDF – Form 23 – Motion for Change of Parenting Time [Visitation] and Memorandum in Support
PDF – Form 24 – Motion for Change of Parental Rights and Responsibilities (Custody) and Memorandum in Support
PDF – Form 25 – Motion for Change of Child Support, Medical Support, Tax Exemption, or Other Child-Related Expenses and Memorandum in Support
PDF – Form 26 – Explanation of Health Care Bills
PDF – Form 27 – Waiver of Service of Summons
PDF – Form 28 – Request for Service
The Supreme Court of Ohio developed standardized forms for the termination of marriage, child support, and custody matters in domestic relations and juvenile courts to assist self-represented litigants access to the justice system. These forms were originally adopted in 2010 pursuant to Ohio Rule of Civil Procedure 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46. The most recent amendments to these forms became effective July 1, 2021.
Although these forms are provided by the Supreme Court, they should be filed in the local county court. Please note that the local county court may have additional forms that must be filed.