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Florida Supreme Court Issues Order Extending Legal Time Limits for Miami-Dade Courts

Florida Supreme Court Issues Order Extending Legal Time Limits for Miami-Dade Courts

The Florida Supreme Court has issued Administrative Order AOSC17-71, extending legal time limits for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit due to court closures resulting from Hurricane Irma.

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NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS WHO MISSED COURT HEARINGS OR LEGAL DEADLINES DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA

NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS WHO MISSED COURT HEARINGS OR LEGAL DEADLINES DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA

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Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

Fall Term Internship and Volunteer positions are now open.

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Florida Supreme Court Warns of Phone or Email Scams Claiming Bogus Court Proceedings

Florida Supreme Court Warns of Phone or Email Scams Claiming Bogus Court Proceedings

The Florida Supreme Court is warning of several widespread email and phone scams that try to trick people by saying they must come to a Florida state court to face charges or must pay money related to a Florida state court action. 

 

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Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center to Reopen on Friday, Aug. 4th, for Family and Domestic...

Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center to Reopen on Friday, Aug. 4th, for Family and Domestic...

The Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center, located at 175 NW 1st Avenue, will reopen on Friday, August 4th, for Family and Domestic Violence cases. The Probate Division will reopen on Monday, August 7th.

 

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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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