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All attorneys who have passed the bar in the state of Ohio are eligible to become members.
Applicable court officials/employees are eligible for statutory membership, meaning they may become members without having to pay dues so long as they remain in the court's employ.
The law library is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
There are no printed forms in the library. Select forms are available online through various Lucas County agencies, including the following:
Municipal Court Forms
Probate Court Forms
Lucas County Clerk of Courts Forms - Automobile and Watercraft Division, Civil Division, Criminal Division, Sixth District Court of Appeals, Domestic Relations Division
The Supreme Court of Ohio has Uniform Domestic Relations and Juvenile Forms available on their website:
Uniform Domestic Relations Forms
The Toledo Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Program can help you find a local lawyer for your specific needs.
Toledo Bar Association: Lawyer Referral
311 N. Superior St.
Toledo, OH 43604
The following organizations provide legal assistance to eligible low income individuals and groups:
Ohio Legal Help
Ohio Legal Help is a nonprofit website designed to help all Ohioans with civil legal issues. Topics include Family, Housing, Money and Debt, Health and Public Benefits, Crime and Traffic, Disaster Recovery, and Going to Court. The site features interactive self-help tools, including forms and referrals to local legal and community resources.
Legal Aid of Western Ohio (LAWO)
525 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 400
Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE)
525 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 300
Toledo Bar Association: Modest Means Program
Toledo Bar Association: Pro Bono Legal Services Program
The Toledo Bar Association also holds clinics to assist the public with expungement, divorce, and juvenile court matters. You may call the Toledo Bar Association's Pro Bono Program at (419) 242-9363 for more information.