Domestic Court Law Clinic – is a partnership between the Court and a volunteer attorney. A self-represented party can receive legal advice from the volunteer attorney and procedural advice and assistance with court forms from Court personnel.
Family Services – is a list of services that the Court offers during and after a divorce or dissolution. The services focus on dispute resolution and assist the Court in resolving contested parenting issues.
Helping Children Cope with Divorce – is a two-and-one-half hour educational program that offers information on parenting child/ren during and after the divorce process. Both parents are required to attend this program.
Fathers are a Factor – is a series of classes that are held at Beech Acres Parenting Center for fathers who want to become a strong foundation and role model for their child/ren.
Assistance with Reading Legal Documents – is a partnership between the Court and the Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties. The Council provides volunteer tutors to assist a party with 1) locating legal document/s on the Court’s website 2) reading legal document/s, and 3) writing in the required information. A party in need of this type of assistance must contact the Literacy Council.