Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court Unveils "Express Check-In" Kiosks

Dayton, Ohio (June 13, 2014) – The Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court is now offering “Express Check-In” kiosks for clients and attorneys of the court.  There are four express check-in kiosks located on the 2nd floor of the Court, 301 West Third Street in Dayton. 

 

“This new feature provides for faster and more efficient processing of cases with real time notification to hearing officers of each party’s arrival,” said Judge Denise Cross, Administrative Judge.  The kiosks provide basic information for clients and attorneys including dates, times and directions to the appropriate courtrooms.  The Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court is the first court in Ohio to offer this feature.

 

The Domestic Relations Court is the division of the Common Pleas Court of Montgomery County, Ohio empowered by statute to hear all divorce, dissolution, legal separation, and annulment cases as well as civil domestic violence cases for residents of Montgomery County. 

In addition, the court maintains jurisdiction over post-decree matters such as child custody, child support, parenting time issues, spousal support, and other related matters.

 

The court is led by Administrative Judge Denise L. Cross and Judge Timothy D. Wood.  The Judges are assisted in performing the duties of the court by eight Magistrates, the Legal Services Department, the Court Operations Department, Bailiffs, Court Reporters, the Legal Secretary Department, the Assignment Office, the Compliance Office, the Family Relations Department, the Mediation Services Department, the Management of Information Systems Department, and the Parent Education Department.

Kiosk Design Rendering

 

Contact: Robin Lehman

               Director of Operations

               Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court

               (937) 225-6060 or LehmanR@mcohio.org

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