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Mutual Restraining Order (Judge John P Quinn)

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

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO _____________________________________ Plaintiff CASE NO.:__________________________ JUDGE JOHN P. QUINN -vs.MAGISTRATE_______________________ _____________________________________ Defendant MUTUAL RESTRAINING ORDER and CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN MUTUAL RESTRAINING ORDER Pursuant to Local Rule, with the filing of this complaint, neither party shall: a. b. threaten, abuse, annoy or interfere with the other party or the parties' children; create or incur debt (such as a credit card) in the name of the other party or in the parties' joint names or cause a lien or loan to be placed against any of their real or personal property; sell, dispose of, or dissipate any asset (other than regular income) including but not limited to: real property, tangible personal property, existing bank accounts, tax refunds, or bonuses of either party or a child; remove household goods or furniture from the marital residence without approval from the court or other party; change or fail to renew the present health, life, home, automobile or other insurance coverage; remove the other party as beneficiary on any life or retirement benefits without further order of this court; or change or establish a new residence for the parties' minor children without the written consent of the other party or permission of the court. CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN c. d. e. f. If Defendant does not file an answer, the case will be heard at an uncontested divorce final hearing at __________________ a.m./p.m., on ___________________ before Judge John P. Quinn. If Defendant files an answer, the case will be heard as an initial pretrial conference at the foregoing time before Judge John P. Quinn. IT IS SO ORDERED. ___________________________________ JUDGE JOHN P. QUINN October, 2008. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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