Beginning February 7, 2022 Judge Multack will be using one zoom courtroom for all hearings. This e-courtroom is open to the public. The Zoom courtroom ID is: https://zoom.us/j/93093751321
If you receive a notice for hearing for a date on or after February 7, 2022 it will be held in https://zoom.us/j/93093751321.
This does not apply to domestic violence hearings which are conducted in room https://zoom.us/j/94017080520
It is Judge Multack's preference that evidentiary hearings proceed in-person. If any party has an objection to an in-person setting, they shall advise the judicial assistant at the time of scheduling. Judge Multack will take the objection under advisement.
Court hearings in most cases will
be held remotely via video or phone conference on the Zoom platform, which is
free to you. You will receive an email from the Court with your hearing with
the information you need to connect. To participate by video, you must
click on the weblink you received in the email invitation at the time your
hearing is scheduled or call the phone number listed in the invitation to
participate by phone. You do not need to download anything or set up an account
in order for you to participate in a zoom hearing.
Video appearance is required for any participant whose testimony is
necessary so the judge can administer the oath.
Please wait until a day before your scheduled hearing for the court to send
you an email containing a Zoom link and instructions. If you resolve your
matter, please cancel it in CourtMAP or, if you have no access to CourtMAP, by
calling the judge’s chambers at 305-349-5732.
It is vital that all parties, including attorneys, the parties themselves, and pro se litigants register at the Florida Court E-Filing Portal at
https://www.myflcourtaccess.com/. This is the only method for filing and receiving pleadings and court notices.
All parties must also register with the CourtMap system to view the case and submit required evidence or additional documents.
Important: In order
to create a CourtMAP account, you must first register with the State of
Florida’s E-Filing Portal for the case in which you are a self-represented
you have not registered your email for the case number with the E-Filing
Portal, follow the below instructions in order to create a courtMAP account.
1. Create an account with the Florida E-Filing Portal.
2. Complete the Designation of Current Service Address form.
3. Submit the Designation of Current Service Address Form to your case via the E-Filing Portal. View instructions
4. Once you have created an account with the E-Filing Portal and have submitted the form, return to courtMAP to register by entering the case number and email used with the E-Filing Portal below.
Please refer to the Mandatory Disclosure Checklist form for a helpful resource complying with financial disclosure and family law rules.
Judge Multack has been serving as a judge since 2011. He is a Miami native and honored to serve his community.
Judicial Assistant: Vidya Jailal email@example.com
Bailiff: Yarleen Zarate firstname.lastname@example.org
Division Email: email@example.com
Notice Before Hearing:
0 Calendar Days
Files at Hearing:
UCD/RUCD ("Uncontested Divorce/Remote Uncontested Divorce") CALENDAR
Judge Multack handles all Uncontested Dissolution of Marriage, Uncontested Paternity, Uncontested Temporary Custody, and Change of Name hearings administratively. This means you are not required to be present when the dissolution is entered.
request a UCD/RUCD please follow the steps below.
1. Download the Supplemental Affidavit pertaining to your case above.
2. Prior to requesting a RUCD, the following documents must be submitted to the Court through CourtMAP:
a. Petition or Counter Petition
b. Answer or Answer & Waiver
c. Marital Settlement Agreement and/or Parenting Plan, if necessary.
d. If the Petition has been defaulted, file the Order of Default
e. UCCJEA Affidavit if there are children
f. Financial Affidavits, if required by the rules.
g. A copy of the Petitioner’s and/or Counter Petitioner’s valid Driver’s License, Florida State ID, or Voter’s Registration Card (must be current)
h. Supplemental Affidavit for UCD/RUCD
2. Attorneys: You must send a proposed Final Judgment through "Proposed Orders" on CourtMAP with all attachments. You will not have to appear in Court.
3. Self-Represented Individuals: You will not have to appear in Court. The Court will prepare a final judgment and send it to you automatically via CourtMAP.
4. All requests for a RUCD will be reviewed.
5. If all of the necessary documentation is not submitted, the request for a remote UCD will be rejected, and you will be notified as to the missing information so you can re-submit.
6. If you do not wish to file a driver’s license in the court file, the case may be set on calendar and the driver’s license attached as a supporting document to the calendared event. (No hearing will take place).
7. For Paternity cases, the Acknowledgment of Paternity Affidavits are provided here for your convenience.