Congratulations to the Adult Probation Department receiving the Cliff Skeen Community Corrections Excellence Award for 2013!!!!

The Common Pleas Court and Adult Probation Offices will be closed on Friday, November 28th, 2014 and will resume operations the following Monday, December 1st, 2014.

General Information

The General Division of the Hancock County Common Pleas Court is a trial court of general jurisdiction that was created by the Ohio Constitution and established in Article IV, Section 1. It is charged with providing prompt and fair resolution of litigation in civil, criminal and domestic cases in the Findlay/Hancock County community.

As outlined in the Ohio Constitution, Article IV, Section 4, the General Division of the Hancock County Common Pleas Court has jurisdiction over all felony criminal cases and civil cases of a serious nature. Civil cases arise from a broad spectrum of issues, including but not limited to, negligence actions, appeals of decisions of administrative agencies, contract or labor disputes, foreclosure actions, declaratory judgment actions and actions for injunctive relief.

The Hancock County Common Pleas Court also has a Domestic Relations Division. This division of the Court has jurisdiction over divorce, dissolution, alimony, child support, annulment and custody in family disputes.

This website was designed to share information with the citizens of the Findlay/Hancock County community about their Court and its various departments. We continue to strive to offer effective services to all Findlay/Hancock County citizens and appreciate your continued support of the Court and the Court staff.


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