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Jan. 26, 2010
Domestic Relations Judges Elect 2010 Officers

Greene County Domestic Relations Court Judge Steven L. Hurley will serve as president of the Ohio Association of Domestic Relations Judges this year. He was among a slate of six officers elected for leadership positions at the group’s annual winter conference.

Judge Hurley, who was first elected in 2002, is serving his second term on the bench. He serves on the Ohio Judicial Conference’s Family Law and Procedure Committee and as co-chair of the Magistrates Committee. He’s also been a frequent presenter at the Ohio Judicial College’s New Judges Orientation for domestic relations judges. Previously, Judge Hurley served as a part-time court referee and a full-time magistrate. He also was a two-term president of the Ohio Association of Magistrates before his election as judge. He received his law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law.

“I am honored and happy to serve as President of the Domestic Relations Judges Association for 2010, and I hope to accomplish a few goals to help the domestic relations judges of Ohio and the citizens we serve,” Judge Hurley said.

The other judges elected to leadership positions in the association include:

The association, which consists of common pleas judges having domestic relations court jurisdiction, promotes the common business interests of Ohio domestic relations court judges and provides leadership for a just and effective domestic relations court system throughout the state. The association addresses issues affecting divorce, dissolution, legal separation and annulment, civil domestic violence cases, child custody, child support, parenting time issues, spousal support and other related matters, as well as court administration aspects of these issues.

Contact: Chris Davey or Bret Crow, 614.387.9250.