The Clark County Law Library does not have pro se Ohio dissolution forms. The Clark County Public Library downtown currently has LawPak's Ohio Dissolution of Marriage (No Fault Divorce) available at the Reference Desk. The Ohio Supreme Court (http://supremecourt.ohio.gov) also has downloadable/fill-in forms for Ohio divorce and dissolution. Please refer to your county's domestic relations court rules to see which forms are applicable to your situation.
In most Ohio counties and law libraries specific forms are difficult to find for the seasoned librarian which only makes it more difficult for the person who wants to file pro se and is not sure what he or she needs. The law librarians in Clark County have put together a list of resources to help those who are not able to visit the library during it's designated hours or without transportation.
For those attorneys who are not interested in joining the Clark County Bar Association, a membership fee of $25.00 will allow members access to the library, computer use, database searches, photocopying, and usage of the conference room for one year. For attorneys who do not wish to the local bar association or the law library, please be aware that the library does charge for many of its services.
Please contact Shea Ann Herzog or Jackie Holden at 521-1721 for more information.
CCBA membership dues were to be submitted by December31, 2015. Non-payment of dues will result in name being stricken from membership roles, no bar association activities or notices and may not use the amenities of the law library.
Please mail payments to:
The Clark County Bar Assoiciation
PO Box 568
Springfield, Ohio, 45501