Notice Of Intent To Relocate {2.8} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

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Notice Of Intent To Relocate {2.8} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

Notice Of Intent To Relocate {2.8}

This is a Ohio form that can be used for Domestic Relations within County (Court Of Common Pleas), Hamilton.

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DIVISION OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO Enter: Plaintiff / Petitioner Date: Case No. -vs/andFile No. CSEA No. Defendant / Petitioner Judge NOTICE OF INTENT TO RELOCATE (ORC 3109.051(G)(1)) If you are requesting a hearing (see #2) do not provide your new residence address. Do provide an address where you wish to receive notice of your hearing date. Relocating Parent's name: Relocating Parent's current address: Street City Relocating Parent's new address: Street City Effective date for new address: Relocating Parent's home telephone number: Relocating Parent's work telephone number: State Zip Code State Zip Code Signature of Relocating Parent Original filed with Clerk of Courts Copies to: Other parent CSEA Form DR 2.8 (Revised 11/19/2009) 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com WARNINGS TO THE RELOCATING PARENT: 1) The filing of the Notice of Intent to Relocate does not authorize you to relocate a minor child of the marriage outside the area specified in your Parenting Time Order or in the Decree of the Court, including the provisions of a Shared Parenting Plan. If you wish to relocate a minor child of the marriage outside the area specified in your Parenting Time Order, Decree or Shared Parenting Plan, IN ADDITION to filing this Notice, you must do one of the following BEFORE relocating: 1) file a motion for authorization to relocate the minor child(ren) and have that motion granted by the Court; or 2) present the Court with an agreed entry signed by both parties (and each party's attorney, if applicable) permitting the relocation of the minor child(ren) and have that agreed entry approved and signed by the Court. The Court reserves the right to require an oral hearing prior to authorization of an agreed entry. 2) As provided in Ohio Revised Code Section 3109.051(G), the Court shall send a copy of this Notice to the other parent of your child(ren), unless he/she has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a violation of Ohio Revised Code Section 2919.25 (Domestic Violence) involving a victim, who at the time of the commission of the offense, was a member of this family or household, has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to any other offense involving a household member which resulted in physical harm to the household member, or has been determined to be the perpetrator of the abusive act that is the basis of an adjudication that a child is an abused child. If you have reason to believe that this Notice should not be sent to the other parent (your spouse/former spouse), you may request a court hearing on only that issue by completing the Motion For Hearing Pursuant to ORC 3109.051(G)(2) (Form DR 2.8A). The Motion For Hearing must be filed with the Court along with this Notice form. If you do not request a court hearing, a copy of this Notice will be sent to the other parent. 3) If this Notice is sent to the other parent, upon receipt of this Notice, the Court, on its Motion or on the Motion of the other parent, may schedule a hearing with notice to both parties to determine whether it is in the best interests of your minor child(ren) to revise the Parenting Schedule. Return this Notice to: Court of Domestic Relations, Docket Office, Rm 3-46, 800 Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. NOTICE TO THE NON-RELOCATING PARENT: Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 3109.051(G)(1), upon your receipt of this Notice Of Intent To Relocate, you may file a motion for a hearing to determine whether it is in the best interest of your child(ren) to revise the Parenting Schedule. Form DR 2.8 (Revised 11/19/2009) 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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