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Online Live Chat Feature Now Available for Family Court Self-Help

Online Live Chat Feature Now Available for Family Court Self-Help

The Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida is proud to announce the addition of a live chat feature on the Family Court Self-Help Program’s web page.

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New "Florida Courts Help" App Offers Mobile Access to Family Law Resources

New "Florida Courts Help" App Offers Mobile Access to Family Law Resources

For tens of thousands of Floridians who represent themselves in family law cases there is now an app to help navigate the State Courts System and resolve legal problems with an innovative solution from the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice.

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Upcoming Judicial Rotations

Upcoming Judicial Rotations

Updated judicial rotations for January, 2018.

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Miami-Dade County Law Library Announces Collaboration with Haitian Lawyers Association

Miami-Dade County Law Library Announces Collaboration with Haitian Lawyers Association

The Miami-Dade County Law Library, located on the 3rd floor of the Dade County Courthouse, collaborates with local bar organizations to provide assistance to self-represented litigants.

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Driver License Suspended? Drive Legal May Be Able to Help

Driver License Suspended? Drive Legal May Be Able to Help

The Miami-Dade Courts' Drive Legal program helps eligible persons reinstate their suspended driver licenses.

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eCourtesy for Family is here

eCourtesy Submission Service is an online delivery method (web application) for sending proposed orders to the Judge. You must file original documents with the Clerk of Court for docketing and placement in the court file. The eCourtesy application does not schedule. It is simply a delivery to the Judge by email instead of by hand-delivery or U.S. mail.

Effective March 20, 2017, the Family Division will begin the use of eCourtesy, only for Proposed Orders.

Family Division proposed orders may be sent to the judge electronically through eCourtesy by both attorneys and pro se litigants.

Go to Family eCourtesy

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