Judgment Entry Of Injunctions {4.00} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

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Judgment Entry Of Injunctions {4.00} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Ohio

Judgment Entry Of Injunctions {4.00}

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

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS ASHLAND COUNTY, OHIO DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION Case No. Plaintiff/Petitioner, vs./and Defendant/Petitioner. JUDGMENT ENTRY OF INJUNCTIONS WHEREAS, it is the policy of this Court that in every domestic relations case the parties should refrain from annoying, harassing, molesting or otherwise interfering with each other, and that the property, rights and interests of the parties should be preserved for proper division, determination or allocation according to law, it is therefore ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED as follows: 1. Each party is enjoined from annoying, harassing, molesting or otherwise interfering with the other party. 2. Each party is enjoined from selling, transferring, withdrawing, conveying, assigning, spending, encumbering, pledging, bequeathing, divesting, wasting, concealing or otherwise disposing of any of the property of the parties (except one bank account or other income source per party to be used for monthly expenses). 3. Each party is enjoined from altering, modifying or otherwise changing in any manner the beneficiaries, insured persons, or owners of any life insurance, health insurance or annuity policies, financial accounts, profit-sharing plans, pensions (including IRA and Keogh accounts) or any other financial instruments, accounts or interests of any party. 4. Each party is enjoined from changing, disrupting, cancelling, discontinuing or changing the name on any utility account or service, including cable television. 5. Each party is enjoined from incurring debt or credit in the name of the other party. 6. Each party is prohibited from changing the child(ren)'s residence to a state other than the State of Ohio. 7. If any tax returns are required by law to be filed during the pendency of this case, the parties shall cooperate with one another with regard to the filing of such tax returns. Any tax returns filed during the pendency of this case shall be filed in the manner which results in the maximum total refund or minimum total liability for both parties, absent an agreement or Court Order providing otherwise. Any refunds or liability shall be shared equally. IT IS SO ORDERED, until further Order of the Court. ___________________________________ JUDGE/MAGISTRATE American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Page 1 of 1 FORM 4.00 (Eff. 3/1/2017)

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