A quick guide to all of the information from the Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court.
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The Dayton Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service provides help by connecting you to a local lawyer that can help you with your issue or case.
The Ohio State Bar Association helps to connect the public with useful legal information and services.
The Recorder's Office is responsible for making a complete, accurate and permanent record of every document related to land ownership in Montgomery County.
The County Law Library is open to the general public but cannot provide legal referrals and/or legal advice.
The Clerk of Court helps provide public access to court records and receives, distributes and preserves official court documents.
The Domestic Relations Court hears cases involving divorce, dissolution, legal separation, annulment, domestic violence civil protection order petitions, spousal support, custody of minor children and...
The County Juvenile Court hears cases involving delinquency, unruly and traffic charges, abuse, neglect and dependency cases, adult contributing, parental rights and responsibilities, paternity and...
The Ohio Domestic Violence Network offers resources to domestic violence survivors throughout all of Ohio.
YWCA Dayton operates the only domestic violence shelters in Montgomery and Preble counties as well as our region’s longest-running 24-hour, year-round crisis hotline.
Artemis Center provides survivors of domestic violence (and their children) with crisis intervention, safety planning, education, and support.
The County Public Children Services Agency (PCSA) provides help with child protective services, foster care and adoption.
The Auditor has many roles in Montgomery County, including determining property values for taxing purposes and transferring real property deeds.
The County Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) provides help with establishing a support order, making payments and getting support that you are owed.
The public library is a free source for information for anyone living in the area. The library allows anyone with a library card to check out books, movies, music and more. You can also receive help...