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  • Ideal for amicable divorces;
  • Simple and intuitive website interface with no hidden extras;
  • One price for access to all forms;
  • It costs less than the services of the most affordable lawyer in Ohio.

Divorce With a Lawyer

In the traditional divorce process, each spouse has a separate lawyer to represent their interests in court.

  • Litigation is the most prolonged and most stressful divorce process;
  • Lawyers may provoke more conflict without caring about a peaceful environment;
  • The couple needs to adjust to the lawyer's schedule;
  • The atmosphere in the courtroom can harm the couple's children;
  • Lawyers in Ohio charge $245 an hour on average.

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  • You have kids
  • You are currently pregnant
  • You and your spouse have common property or debts
  • Your spouse is missing
  • You know nothing about the divorce process
  • You have disagreements with your spouse
  • You are in a same-sex marriage
  • You need help filing with the court
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How long does it take to get a divorce in Ohio

How long does it take to get a divorce in Ohio

Of course, the duration of a divorce in Ohio will directly depend on the type of divorce.

For example, in a contested divorce case, the process usually lasts at least a year and often longer if the couple has children in common and disagrees on custody issues, sharing of joint property, etc.

If a couple has an uncontested divorce in Ohio, then they have every chance of finishing it in 2-3 months. In this case, the ex-partners sign a Settlement Agreement in advance, which spells out all the critical points of the divorce. The presence of children in a couple may slightly prolong the process.

In a dissolution, a final hearing will be scheduled between 30 and 90 days after the application for dissolution is filed. If everything is in order with the parties' agreements, the judge signs the divorce order, it is submitted to the court clerk, and the dissolution is considered complete. As with an uncontested divorce, a dissolution in Ohio usually takes 45-90 days.

Divorce waiting periods in Ohio differ depending on the type of divorce. In a no-fault divorce, the residency requirement is six months, and the couple must live apart for one year. The six-month residency requirement is the only limitation for a fault-based divorce. There is no waiting period for dissolution if the spouses agree on all key points.

How long does it take to get a divorce in Ohio

Residency Requirements in OH

To get a divorce in Ohio, spouses must meet the following requirements:

  • One or both spouses must have lived in Ohio for at least six months before filing for divorce;
  • At least one spouse must have lived in the county they want to divorce for a minimum of 90 days to file for a divorce in Ohio.

If the couple chooses dissolution, it must be mutual. This means that the spouses agree in advance on all essential aspects of the divorce, such as custody, alimony, division of property, etc. If spouses sign a Settlement Agreement, a no-fault divorce may be their only recourse. In this case, the filing spouse can specify the following grounds:

  • Spouses have been physically separated for at least one year;
  • Spouses are incompatible.
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