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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Judicial Section Details

Yvonne Colodny

  • Division: Circuit Probate
  • Section: PMH 05
  • Court Location: Dade County Courthouse
  • Address: 73 West Flagler ST Miami, FL 33130
  • Phone: (305) 349-7117
  • Room: DCC 310
  • Judicial Assistant: Sanders, Nekeisha

Judicial Assignment History

 
Administrative Judge: Circuit Probate Division

 
  • Proposed Orders
  • Notices for Trial
  • Special Sets
  • Emergency Petitions

Do not e-file unsigned proposed orders.

Most proposed orders with required supporting documents should be submitted under this tab.  The case manager will review your submission for accuracy and legal sufficiency, and either reject your submission if it fails review or forward it to the judge for signature.

If the matter has been heard by the court, include the words “Post Hearing” in the title of your proposed order.  That signals to the case manager that the court has considered and ruled upon any issues during the hearing.

Generally, agreed orders are those resulting from adverse parties coming to a concurrence about a particular issue.  “Agreed” does not mean that all parties on one side of an issue have concurred.  An example would be when all beneficiaries agree to a particular matter.  Even when that occurs, your proposed order must be submitted under the proposed order tab for case manager review.  Only submit agreed orders meeting this definition under the Agreed Order tab.

Your petitions and supporting documents must be filed and appear on the docket prior to submitting any proposed orders.  You must either set the matter for hearing if need be, or submit your petitions, supporting documents and proposed orders via courtMap.



This Section is now using courtMAP and document submissions are no longer available via eCourtesy.

courtMAP is a new online Management and Access Platform built upon technology infrastructure from Broward’s Court Management System.

courtMAP combines eCourtesy with online scheduling, online notification/confirmation, and allows judges to create and e-File orders. courtMAP also allows parties to self-schedule their case events - motion calendar, special sets, and trials - and attach the documentation previously submitted via eCourtesy.

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