Provides additional information and resources on child support services in Ohio.


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The Wayne County Clerk of Courts website provides Public Access to search the Wayne County Court dockets so that you can check the status and history of court actions in Wayne County.


The Common Pleas Court contains a domestic division which has jurisdiction over cases involving divorce, dissolution, annulments, legal separations, spousal support, and allocation of parental rights and responsibilities. The Domestic Relations Court is located in the Common Pleas Court.


For information and forms necessary for filing parentage, support, custody and visitation actions with the Wayne County Juvenile Court.


Wayne County Prosecutor, Angela Wypasek


Established in 1990, the Ohio CSEA Director’s Association (OCDA) is a statewide organization representing county child support enforcement agencies (CSEAs).


OCSE is the federal government agency that oversees the national child support program. OCSE does not provide services directly to families. We partner with state, tribal and local child support agencies and others to encourage parental responsibility so that children receive financial, emotional, and medical support from both parents, even when they live in separate households.


The Wayne County Family and Children First Council exists to help coordinate services for families with children prenatal through age 24.


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