Felton v. Felton

[Cite as Felton v. Felton (1997), 79 Ohio St.3d 34.]

Domestic relations — Court not precluded by statute or public policy reasons from issuing a protection order pursuant to Ohio’s civil domestic violence statute where the parties’ dissolution or divorce decree already prohibits the parties from harassing each other — When granting protection order, trial court must find that petitioner has shown by a preponderance of the evidence that petitioner or petitioner’s family are in danger of domestic
violence — A pleading is not admissible into evidence at a hearing to prove a party’s allegations and must not be considered as evidence by the court. To continue www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/rod/docs/pdf/0/1997/1997-Ohio-302.pdf

  • Eliminating sex discrimination through research, education and legal activities
  • OHIO NOW ELF CONTACT INFORMATION

    172 E. Royal Forest Blvd
    Columbus, OH 43214
    voice: 614-440-526-8204
    e-mail:ohionow@msn.com
  • WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW….

    Brochures available FREE by calling voice mail box 614-470-3276 or e-mailing ohionow@msn.com and listing the titles requested.

    What you should know...from the OH State Bar Association.

    TITLES
    1. Attorneys
    2. Bankruptcy
    3. Child Support
    4. Divorce, Dissolution and Separation
    5. Divorce Mediation
    6. Ohio's Marriage Laws
    7. Sharing Responsibilities after Separation
    8. Tenant/Landlord Rights and Obligations
    9. Your Rights if Questioned, Stopped or Arrested
  • CALENDAR

    August 2018
    M T W T F S S
         
     12345
    6789101112
    13141516171819
    20212223242526
    2728293031  

  • COSMO is a workplace giving campaign. Does your workplace participate?