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Sunday, April 21, 2024

Judicial Section Details

Gina Beovides

  • Division: Circuit Family
  • Section: FC 12
  • Court Location: Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse
  • Address: 175 N.W. 1st AVE Miami, FL 33128
  • Phone: (305) 349-5738
  • Room: CHC 2128
  • Judicial Assistant: Parent, Frances

 
  • Motion Calendar
  • UCD Calendar
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Special Sets
  • Proposed Orders
  • Notices for Trial

Type: Closed

Notice Before Hearing: No

Files at Hearing: None

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Tuesday9:00 AM204/01/24 
Thursday9:00 AM204/01/24 

REMOTE 5 MINUTE MOTION CALENDAR - *Updated as of January 2024*

Motion Calendar will be held for NON-EVIDENTIARY matters on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00AM to 10:00AM.

Motion set on motion calendars are to be set by the attorney or pro-set litigant.

This calendar will be heard via ZOOM, and you will receive your Zoom invite the day before the hearing.

**Motions to withdraw as attorney of record, do not require a hearing provided there is consent. Simply submit proposed order via CourtMap.

Motions to Compel, Motions to Appoint GAL, Motions to Withdraw, Motions for Referral, and the like, are all proper for the 5-Minute Motion Calendar. The Court limits any one case to a total of 2 motions.

Please note: DO NOT SET MOTIONS FOR CONTEMPT/ENFORCEMENT ON THE 5-MINUTE MOTION CALENDAR. 

Instructions for setting:

1.    On the E-FILING PORTAL, file the Motion with any exhibits. Include 11thfc12@jud11.flcourts.org on all filings.

2.    On the E-FILING PORTAL, E-SERVE the opposing side with your filing.

3.    On COURTMAP, coordinate with opposing party and select the date to have the motion heard. Once a date is agreed upon, you may set the hearing using the Motion Calendar slot. Attach the motion, response, notice of hearing, and any supporting documents as "supporting documents."

4. Unilaterally set hearings, without coordination from the opposing party, will be removed from the calendar unless approved by the Court. If you are seeking to schedule a hearing unilaterally, the request must be in writing to the Court and thereafter approved.

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