Brad Martinez, Staff Attorney (614) 525-3570
The Domestic Relations Magistrates hear pre-decree and post-decree motions, issue temporary orders and decisions on various motions, hold oral and/or affidavit only hearings for matters such as temporary orders, vacating the marital residence, allocation of parental rights, modifications of support, visitation, and parental rights. They also process procedural motions and related matters arising out of divorce and dissolution proceedings such as civil contempt actions to enforce the orders of the Court. There are seven DR magistrates.
Eight Juvenile Court Magistrates conduct hearings on delinquency, abuse, neglect and dependency cases. Additionally, the magistrates conduct hearings on motions for permanent custody, and custody visitation and support cases.
Three CSEA Magistrates hear Child Support Enforcement cases such as parentage, support and custody, and Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) actions. One Juvenile Magistrate specializes in traffic cases and drug court.
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