eFiling Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's
Visit Florida Courts eFiling Portal login for user ID/Password reset
FCCC policy requires all law firm administrators to be members of the Florida Bar.
The Law Firm Administrator security allows the user to update the law firm’s profile on the ePortal, reset the law firm’s user password, inactivate user accounts and add user accounts to the law firm. A law firm may consider having more than one administrator to cover leave time, self-audit and manage workload.
For proposed order submissions to the judiciary click here: eCourtesy. To schedule a hearing, click here: Ex Parte Hearing. For additional questions to the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) call (305) 349-5600.
Please fill out the Clerk of Courts ePortal law Firm Administrator Request, send it to our office and allow up to three working days for processing upon receipt. In the event you are requesting an exemption for your firm, additional processing time may be required. You will be notified via email once your request has been processed.
Please complete the Clerk of Courts ePortal Law Enforcement Administrator Request Form, designating a Law Enforcement Administrator for your department. Send the original form to our office and allow up to three working days for processing upon receipt. You will be notified via email once your request has been processed. Forms can be sent to:
Miami-Dade County - Clerk of Courts
Technical Services Division (TSD)
175 NW 1st Avenue, 27th Floor
Miami, Florida 33128
The Law Enforcement Administrator security allows the user to update the organization’s profile, reset the organization’s user password, inactivate user accounts and add user accounts to the organization. An Organization may consider having more than one administrator to cover leave time, self-audit and manage workload.
There is no cost to register for an eFiling account and there is no fee to file documents electronically. However, the statutory filing fees still apply so if you are submitting a new case or a document that requires a fee, there will be a filing fee required in order to submit your document for filing and a statutory convenience fee based on the payment method selected.
Currently, the answer is no; however, this is being addressed by the Florida Courts Technology Commission and may be available in a future release.