(B) The filing of a complaint or counterclaim for legal separation or the granting of a decree of legal separation under this section does not bar either party from filing a complaint or counterclaim for a divorce or annulment or obtaining a divorce or annulment.
(A) As used in this section:(1) "Distributive award" means any payment or payments, in real or personal property, that are payable in a lump sum or over time, in fixed amounts, that are made from separate property or income, and that are not made from marital property and do not constitute payments of spousal support, as defined in section 3105.18 of the Revised Code.
(A) Either party to the marriage may file a complaint for divorce or for legal separation, and when filed the other may file a counterclaim for divorce or for legal separation.
The court, in its order requiring the parties to undergo family counseling, may name the counselor and shall set forth the required type of counseling, the length of time for the counseling, and any other specific conditions required by it.
The court shall direct and order the manner in which the costs of any conciliation procedures and of any family counseling are to be paid.
The court of common pleas may grant divorces for the causes set forth in section 3105.01 of the Revised Code.
The court of common pleas may grant legal separation on a complaint or counterclaim, regardless of whether the parties are living separately at the time the complaint or counterclaim is filed, for the following causes:(1) Either party had a husband or wife living at the time of the marriage from which legal separation is sought; (2) Willful absence of the adverse party for one year; (3) Adultery; (4) Extreme cruelty; (5) Fraudulent contract; (6) Any gross neglect of duty; (7) Habitual drunkenness; (8) Imprisonment of the adverse party in a state or federal correctional institution at the time of filing the complaint; (9) On the application of either party, when husband and wife have, without interruption for one year, lived separate and apart without cohabitation; (10) Incompatibility, unless denied by either party.