It is important that
ALL ATTORNEYS AND SELF
REPRESENTED LITIGANTS MUST SIGN UP FOR AN ACCOUNT AT FLORIDA COURTS E-FILING
for filing pleadings or motions with the clerk
Sign up for COURTMAP at
for submitting proposed orders to your assigned Judge
The judges will be using the ZOOM platform for most hearings. It is FREE. If you are unfamiliar with the Zoom platform,
please go to the ZOOM training page website to learn how to access the platform
Please refer to the drop-down boxes to the right of the screen for
clear instructions on how to proceed for specific types of
Notice Before Hearing:
7 Business Days
Files at Hearing:
REMOTE 5 MINUTE MOTION CALENDAR
Motion Calendar will be held for NON-EVIDENTIARY matters every Monday @ 10:00 A.M.
This calendar will be heard via ZOOM.
ONLY ONE (1) motion per case will be heard.
UCD's are not set on Motion Calendar. For instructions on how to set a UCD please refer to the UCD calendar tab.
Instructions for setting:
On the E-FILING PORTAL, file the Motion with any exhibits. Include 11thFC18@jud11.flcourts.org in all filings.
On the E-FILING PORTAL, E-SERVE the opposing side with your filing.
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 in the Motion Calendar slot. As supporting documents, attach the motion and any responses with an e-file stamp.
On COURTMAP also include as supporting documents a Notice of Hearing. The notice of hearing must be filed with the Clerk at least 7 business days prior to the hearing, not including the day of the hearing. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ALL NOTICES NOT FILED IN A TIMELY MANNER WILL BE REJECTED.
The Judge will rule on 5-minute motions without
the need for a hearing when possible. Unless you receive an order ruling on the motion, you must be available
on the selected date and time for one hour as the Judge will be calling motions
one at a time.
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.