Actually "Rule 75" refers to the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure rather than a local rule for Franklin County. Ohio Civil Rule 75 has special provisions that are only applicable to Divorce, annulment and Legal Separation actions. I expect that the particular provision being referred to is Rule 75(M) which pertains to temporary orders (orders "pendente lite"). It provides that the Court may grant temporary orders when requested by either party and when counter-affidavits must be filed. It also provides that after a temporary order has been filed, either party may file a request for an "oral hearing" for the purpose of modifying the temporary order. The oral hearing is to be conducted within 28 days - but the temporary order is not suspended while awaiting the oral hearing. If temporary orders were not granted yet, you need to discuss this matter with your attorney so that you can have your affidavits filed within the time limits, if temporary orders were established, then you need to determine what witnesses you will need and what they will be testifying to.
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They filed a Motion pursuant to Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure 75. It could be any number of things that are governed by that particular civil rule. Read a copy of what was filed (you or your attorney should receive a copy in the mail) and it should be pretty clear what they are asking the judge for.
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