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Juvenile Divisions hear cases involving persons under 18 years of age, and cases dealing with unruly, abused, dependent, and neglected children. They also have jurisdiction in adult cases involving paternity, child abuse, nonsupport, visitation, custody, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Beginning September 11, 2015, the Lucas County Juvenile Court began accepting online payments via Credit or Debit card for Fines and Court Costs as well as Restitution, at Pay Fines and Court Costs
Payments can also be made in person by cash, check, or credit/debit card in the Clerks Office of the Juvenile Justice Center, 1801 Spielbusch Ave., Toledo, OH 43604.
Mediation is a process in which parties come together with a third party neutral (Mediator) to discuss the complaint / motion that has been brought before the Court. The mediator will help facilitate the process and aim to resolve the complaint without further Court involvement.
Beginning September 11, 2015, the Lucas County Juvenile Court began accepting online payments via Credit or Debit card for Restitution as well as Fines and Court Costs at Make a Restitution Payment
Continuances must be requested in writing, by regular mail, by fax, or in person to: 1801 Spielbusch Ave. Toledo, OH 43604 Fx: (419) 213-6898 If the hearing is same day, they must call (419) 213-6722.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services has released its updated web-based Ohio Child Support Guidelines Calculator, based on the changes from HB 366.
The calculator is now available and may be accessed here: Ohio Child Support Calculator
Yes, you can have the deadline for your fines extended on a Traffic Case, if you appear in person at the Juvenile Justice Center. You can also pay your Fines online - look for the Quick Links box on the right hand side of the main Juvenile Court Website. Please see the staff at the Reception Desk in the Lobby for more information.