* Division 02 is allowing REMOTE APPEARANCES by parties and attorneys for hearings allowable by law due to health reasons.
* The office phone lines are open and available to assist you as needed, should you have difficulty leaving a message or reaching a staff member at the 305-349-6110 number, you may also reach us through our second line at 305-349-6111.
* Pro Se Litigants may refer to the following links for assistance to obtain copies from the court file and/or view case information: myflcourtaccess.com and miami-dadeclerk.com.
* INTERPRETERS are only provided by the Court for Domestic Violence Cases and Case Management Conferences.
* EMAILS/ADDRESSES - All parties must keep their email addresses correct/updated with the Clerk's Office in writing (Notice of Designating Primary Address/Email)
Notice Before Hearing:
7 Business Days
Files at Hearing:
The 5 Minute Motion Calendar are handled via Zoom on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. This calendar is for non-evidentiary matters only: Discovery matters, Motions to Compel, Motions to Appoint GAL, Status Conferences, Motions to Withdraw, are all proper for the 5 Minute Motion Calendar *. The Court limits any one case to a total of 15 minutes (3 motions total).
*Final Hearings are NOT to be set on the Motion Calendar - Pro Se Litigants/Self Represented (without attorneys) parties are to contact the Judge's Staff at 305-349-6110 or firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling or further instructions.
Any motion scheduled must first be e-filed. The hearing MUST be agreed to by the opposing party and then to be set in courtMAP along with supporting documents: motion and notice of hearing; include the index number next to the motion title.
CANCELLATIONS - The moving party may cancel the hearing in courtMAP and submit a Notice of Cancellation through the e-filing portal with notice to the opposing side. For all other situations a motion is required.
Please be aware that certain items are prohibited on courthouse premises. If any listed prohibited item is detected to be in your possession when entering a court facility, you will be asked to exit the facility to secure the item elsewhere or dispose of it, before being allowed entry into the facility.