Celeste H. Muir

  • Division: Circuit Probate
  • Section: CP 04
  • Court Location: Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse
  • Address: 175 N.W. 1st AVE Miami, FL 33128
  • Phone: (305) 349-7105
  • Room: CHC 1116
  • Judicial Assistant: Crawford, Adrienne

 
Circuit Judge: Circuit Probate Division
 

 
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Florida, 1970
  • J.D., Florida State University, 1973
  • Admitted to The Florida Bar, 1973
  • Law Clerk, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, 1973-1975
  • Associate, Frates, Floyd, Pearson, Steward, Richman & Greer, 1975-1976
  • Partner, Brigham, Moore, Muir, Gaylord Schuster & Sachs, 1978-1985
  • President, Young Lawyers Secion, Dade County Bar Association, 1982-1983
  • County Court Judge, 1985
  • Circuit Court Judge, 1990
  • Previous divisions - General Jurisdiction, Criminal, Family
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Ex Parte Calendar

Type: Open

Notice Before Hearing: No

Files at Hearing: Electronic

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Tuesday9:30 AM 9/05/17 
Thursday9:30 AM 9/07/17 

Unopposed petitions needing three (3) minutes or less are heard during the Ex-Parte Calendar.   First, register for an Ex Parte Hearing at www.jud11.flcourts.org/Ex-Parte-Hearing.  After registering for an Ex Parte Hearing, then submit the petition and proposed order to eCourtesy, selecting the Ex Parte Calendar Folder, by midnight the day after registering for the Ex Parte Hearing.  Select the “Get Dates” button and then select the specific date of the Ex Parte Hearing from the menu.  If the petition and proposed order have not been submitted by the midnight deadline.  Counsel will have to walk in the proposed order. 

Petitions and proposed orders submitted by attorneys who have not already registered for an Ex Parte Hearing will be deleted from the Ex Parte calendar folder, but may be "walked in."

If you obtain relief by waiver/consent be sure to cancel any related hearing to free up the court's calendar.  There is no limit to the number of attorneys or files that may be walked in for unopposed petitions needing 3 minutes or less.