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E-Filing in the Clerk's Office

    E-filing standards are outlined for all 67 Clerks of Court in the State of Florida to follow to implement electronic filing of court documents. These Standards are now reflected in the document entitled, Florida Supreme Court Standards for Electronic Access to Courts (May 2013).

    Please consult with the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Administrative Orders posted on the court's website for local requirements.  The Thirteenth Judicial Circuit is divided into "east" and "west" geographic divisions.  Review Administrative Order S-2013-033 for filing requirements in the "east" and "west" divisions.



Departments Currently Accepting e-Filed Documents

Probate and Mental Health, Circuit Civil, County Civil, Family Law, Criminal, and Juvenile began accepting all attorney e-filings.

 

E-Filed Documents to be Accepted in the Future

Criminal and Civil Traffic:  July 21, 2014

 

If your Law Office would like to establish a Law Firm Administrator Account to manage your organization's access to the e-Filing Portal, fill out the ePortal Law Firm Registration form and email it to our Office using the Email this Form button located in the upper right hand corner of the document.

Request a Law Firm Administrator Account in the ePortal

 

ePortal Law Firm Registration Form

 

 

    The following production link to the FCCC E-Filing Portal site and the e-Filer Documentation and Law Firm Administrator Documentation are being provided for your use.  If you encounter any issues at the E-filing Portal site, please contact the FCCC via email at support@myflcourtaccess.com or by phone at (850) 577-4609. 

 

 

For more information and/or to familiarize yourself with the eFiling process, we encourage you to watch the training videos listed below, and reference the frequently asked questions.  Please double-click the video thumbnail to open the video in full screen mode.