eCourtesy Submission Service is an online delivery method for sending courtesy copies of proposed orders and petitions to the judge. eCourtesy is not a substitute for electronically or physically filing documents with the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts. Attorneys must continue to electronically file or physically file original documents with the Clerk of Courts for docketing and placement in the court file.
The eCourtesy application does not schedule hearings. It is simply a means to deliver documents to the judge by email instead of by hand-delivery or U.S. mail.
Attorneys must submit proposed orders to eCourtesy for all ex parte petitions.
In Judicial Section 01 (Judge Jerald Bagley’s Section), attorneys must submit petitions and proposed orders into a specific eCourtesy Library according to the type of petition and whether it is set for hearing. Please review the descriptions to identify the correct eCourtesy Library. Proposed orders must be submitted in Word format.
Before submitting to eCourtesy, save documents with correct name:
- Smith Order Discharge (Right)
- Smith Pet for Discharge (Right)
- 0413170234132 (Wrong)
- Scanfromdesk01 (Wrong)
eCourtesy Technical Assistance
For eCourtesy technical assistance with Probate cases, please contact our Probate eCourtesy support staff.
The support contact information below is for Probate cases only.
You will be contacted by our eCourtesy Submission Service support staff within 36 hours.
Probate Approved Form Orders ("Smart Forms")
Approved Estate and Guardianship form orders (“Smart Forms”) are posted on the link below. Attorneys must use these Smart Forms when applicable. See Administrative Memorandum dated July 11, 2016.
Probate Approved Smart Forms
Minimum System Requirements
- Windows XP, 7 32/64 bit
- Internet Explorer 9 or greater
- Intel or AMD Processor (1Ghz or faster)