Legal Division

Responsibilities


The Legal Division of the Clerk of Courts Office is responsible for filing, docketing, indexing and preserving all court pleadings for civil, felony criminal and domestic relations cases, as well as the filings for the District Court of Appeals.

They also record notary public commissions issued to Greene County residents by the Ohio Secretary of State.

Local Rule 1.13


Pursuant to Local Rule 1.13 ALL filings with the court require a blank space of at least two and one-half inches shall be left at the top of the first page and a blank space of four inches shall be left at the top of the first page for filings intended for the Second District Court of Appeals.

Proposed Amendment to Local Rules – 2nd District Court of Appeals

Public Records Policy - Legal Division

Deposit Schedule (fees)
Effective 2-22-2017, a Deposit of $100 is required when filing a Foreclosure Confirmation Entry

Available Forms



Appeals:



Civil:



Domestic Relations:



Disclaimer: For the forms below we suggest you check with an attorney before submitting these forms.

Court Rules


Pursuant to Local Rule 1.13 ALL filings with the Court require a blank space of at least two and one-half inches shall be left at the top of the first page and a blank space of four inches shall be left at the top of the first page for filings intended for the Second District Court of Appeals.