Criminal e-Filing - Effective January 6, 2014, electronic document filing (E-Filing) service for the following divisions will be mandatory on the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal: Circuit and County Criminal; Criminal and Civil Traffic; Juvenile Delinquency and Dependency; Criminal Appeals. Registration information is available at the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal.
Florida Courts e-Filing Portal Training - The Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers will be hosting two free WebEx training sessions for attorneys to provide the latest information on the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal. The first session is Dec. 5; the second is Dec. 18, and both are from 12-1 p.m. For more details and to register, visit the Bar's e-Filing Resources page.
- To register as a new eFiling user go to www.myflcourtaccess.com
- For Clerk of Court eFiling assistance, direct your inquiry to: eFiling@browardclerk.org. [The case type and 'reference number' must be included in the subject line.]
- The Clerk of Court staff is not able to give assistance with ePortal related issues and inquiries. For ePortal technical support, attorneys may contact the eFiling Portal via email email@example.com, or call the eFiling Support Desk at 850-577-4609.
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- How does eFiling work?
- Who eFiles and what cases are eFiled?
- How do I register to eFile?
- How do I register a firm account?
- How do I register as an attorney appearing Pro Hac Vice?
- What software is required?
- How do I get trained for eFiling?
- What case number format is used for eFiling?
- What if I cannot see the case style or parties on an existing case?
- Do the attachments to a motion, opposition or other filings have to be uploaded separately?
- How do I submit proposed orders in Broward County?
- How do I submit documents to be issued in Broward County?
- What are some restrictions for eFiling?
- Why do I have to redact personal identifying information?
- What about the Notice of Confidential Information?
- How do I notify the court that my new case meets the criteria for filing in Complex Business & Tort divisions?
- Do I have to follow-up my eFiling with a paper filing?
- Can a single filing apply to more than one case?
- Can I file multiple pleadings in the same case in the same transaction?
- What fees are associated with eFiling?
- How do I sign my documents?
- How can I learn more about eFiling in Broward County?
- What are some guidelines for preparing documents that will be attached to ePortal filings?
Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions, information on how to create an account with the FACC ePortal and access the Florida Courts eFiling Portal, a video tutorial, Probate and Guardianship Smart Forms and eFiling Manuals.