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The state of Ohio has developed an extensive library of regulations that can be applied to different situations that may occur. Different types of filers can use these forms but they generally include individuals residing in Ohio and entities set in the state. Some of the documents have certain stipulations in how they are submitted, others do not have any specific requirements. Usually, this type of information can be found in the official instructions that accompany many of the Ohio Legal Forms and are released by state government authorities. For a full list of free Ohio Legal Forms, please check out our library below.

Ohio State Departments

  1. Department of Administrative Services
  2. Department of Aging
  3. Department of Agriculture
  4. Department of Commerce
  5. Department of Developmental Disabilities
  6. Department of Education
  7. Department of Health
  8. Department of Insurance
  9. Department of Job and Family Services
  10. Department of Medicaid
  11. Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
  12. Department of Natural Resources
  13. Department of Public Safety
  14. Department of Rehabilitation & Correction
  15. Department of Taxation
  16. Department of Transportation
  17. Department of Veterans Services
  18. Department of Youth Services

Ohio State Courts

  1. Judicial System (all forms)
  2. Court of Appeals
  3. Court of Common Pleas
  4. Courts of Common Pleas Probate Division
  5. Municipal and County Courts
  6. Supreme Court of Ohio

Ohio State Agencies and Commissions

  1. Office of the Ohio Treasurer
  2. Attorney General
  3. Board of Nursing
  4. Bureau of Workers' Compensation
  5. Development Services Agency
  6. Environmental Protection Agency
  7. Office of Budget and Management
  8. Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA)
  9. Secretary of State
  10. State Racing Commission
  11. Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

Ohio Legal Forms by County

  1. Pierce Township Administration Office
  2. City of South Euclid Building and Housing Department
  3. Grove City Building and Zoning Division
  4. Village of Glendale Building Department
  5. Belmont County Clerk of Courts
  6. Butler County Common Pleas Court
  7. Butler Township Zoning and Planning Department
  8. Franklin County County Recorder
  9. City of Dayton Department of Finance
  10. City of Dayton Planning & Community Development Department
  11. City of Toledo Department of Finance
  12. City of Toledo Police Department
  13. City of Cleveland Division of Taxation
  14. City of Parma Division of Taxation
  15. Clermont County Domestic Relations Court
  16. Athens County Engineer’s Office
  17. Athens County Sheriff's Office
  18. City of Fairfield Finance Department
  19. City of Miamisburg Finance Department
  20. City of Amherst Income Tax Department
  21. City of Canton Income Tax Department
  22. City of Findlay Income Tax Department
  23. City of Huber Heights Income Tax Department
  24. City of Warren Income Tax Department
  25. Warren County Building & Zoning Department
  26. Village of Lordstown Income Tax Department
  27. City of Troy Income Tax Division
  28. City of Xenia Tax Division
  29. Village of Spencerville Utilities Department

State of Ohio legal forms can help filers answer a lot of questions, which can include the following:

  • Which state department should be contacted and what is the contact information for the department. Different inquiries are regulated by different types of state departments, bureaus, and commissions, such as the Ohio Department of Taxation, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, the Ohio Secretary of State, etc. Each of them manages their own block of responsibilities, and sometimes it can not be clear from the first view which of the government authorities should be contacted in a given situation;
  • When forms should be filed and how often they should be filed. Many Ohio tax forms are supposed to be submitted regularly (for example, once a year) or during a certain time of the year (for example, in the end of the fiscal year), while others do not require such consistency. To figure it out, filers should check instructions attached to the forms, or contact the government authority that released them.

In addition to the aspects mentioned above, filers can also find forms for those whose first language is not English, which documents should be attached to the applications, etc.

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