This Ohio "Motion and Affidavit or Counter Affidavit for Temporary Orders" form is classified as a Child Custody form
. This page contains information about what this form is used for and who must file it, as well as links to print or download the form as a PDF. The process of filing your own divorce is complicated, and often requires the filing of multiple forms - you can view the full list ofOhio divorce forms here
This is a form for use after a Motion and Affidavit or a Counter Affidavit without having an oral hearing has been filed. This form asks where your child(ren) attend school as well as any agreements regarding parenting time with the spouse (spouse gets to see the child(ren)). You can also request from the Court to order your spouse to pay child support, alimony, attorney fees, expert fees, and court courts.