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Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas - Domestic Relations Division
Montgomery County Courts Building
41 N Perry St
Phone: 937-496-7602 (Records)
Fax: 937-225-5809 (Records)
Contact information is for Clerk of Courts. Domestic Relations Division court sessions and judicial offices are in the Dayton-Montgomery County Courts Building, 301 W Third St.
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Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Domestic Relations Information
View answers to frequently asked questions about Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Domestic Relations Division, including types of cases, enforcement of orders, use of attorneys, hearings, procedure, domestic violence protection orders, parenting issues, divorce, support, and more.
Dayton Area Mediation
The Dayton Mediation Center provides conflict resolution services that can help parties avoid going to court.
Dayton Area Domestic Violence Help
Artemis Center provides a 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, advocacy, help with the legal process, referrals, and education for victims of domestic violence in the Dayton area.
Montgomery County Child Support Enforcement
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Montgomery County Diversion
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Montgomery County Lawyer Referral
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Montgomery County Victim Help
The Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office Victim/Witness Division provides crime victims and witnesses with crisis intervention, information about the court process and victims' rights, court accompaniment, case status notification, and assistance with applications for victim's compensation.
Montgomery County Lawyer Complaints
The Dayton Bar Association Certified Grievance Committee helps resolve complaints about lawyers for misconduct. A link to the form is included.
Montgomery County Public Defender
View information about the Law Office of the Montgomery County Public Defender, which provides free legal representation for indigent defendants facing possible incarceration, and for some Children's Services and child support cases.
Montgomery County Lawyer Fee Disputes
The Dayton Bar Association offers a fee arbitration program to help clients and lawyers resolve fee disputes. Links to rules and forms are included.
Miami Valley Legal Assistance
The Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project provides free civil legal representation, legal clinics, and advice for low-income residents of Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Preble Counties.
Domestic Violence Legal Assistance
The Justice League of Ohio provides free legal services for crime victims, and links to counseling services, domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers, and local victim assistance programs.
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Legal Assistance for Western Ohio and Migrant Farmworkers
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Pro Seniors provides Ohio residents over 60 with free legal assistance by telephone in all counties; in-person staff attorney assistance in Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren Counties; and referrals to private attorneys who will assist low-income seniors for a reduced fee.
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