Copies of a divorce decree may be found at the court clerk's office, at the county or state records department or with the attorney involved in processing the divorce. LegalZoom acknowledges that divorce decrees can sometimes be found online, but Internet sites offering this type of service typically charge a fee.How do you get a divorce in Ohio?
Prove your grounds for divorce. Spouses in Ohio need to prove “grounds” in order to get a divorce. However, one of the permissible reasons to divorce is that you and your spouse are “incompatible.” This ground is typically the “no-fault” ground and is easiest to prove.How do you file for divorce in Ohio?
Obtain a certified copy of a divorce decree in Ohio through the office of the clerk in the county where the divorce was finalized. If you are unsure where the divorce was finalized, some leg work is required to find the right county clerk's office.How do I file for a divorce for free?
Talk to the court clerk. You can only get a free divorce if the court agrees to waive your divorce filing fee. Contact your local county courthouse clerk and ask about pro se litigant divorce requirements. You should also ask for a fee waiver form.