If you are receiving this message than your account has been deactivated due to lack of activity. Please send an email to the IT department email@example.com and type Re-Activation in the subject line. Please provide one to two business days for re-activation of your account.
Credit card payments are accepted online by our payment partner nCourt at pay.flaglerclerk.com. A convenience fee may be assessed for online payments.
Record requests can be paid via credit card by completing our Credit Card Payment form and then using our Contact Form to upload and submit the form to the “Records – Official Records” department.
If you are over 70 years of age, and do not want to serve or be selected for future jury panels, please compete the Permanent Juror Excusal Form.
Landmark is the name of our Official Recording software used to electronically maintain official records and processes marriage licences.
Benchmark is the name of our Case Management System used for court records. To access Benchmark you can click on the Court Records link on the home page (blue gavel with the words court records below it), or go to the Courts menu at the top of the page and click on Search Court Records.
Pursuant to AOSC 09-30, section 7.3, “Original documents (Death Certificates, etc.) or those that contain original signatures such as affidavits, deeds, mortgages and wills must be filed manually until the court has determined the digital format by which these issues are addressed.” If you eFile one of the above-mentioned documents, please also provide the paper original to the Clerk’s office.
To register for an Florida Courts ePortal account, visit the ePortal. For assistance with creating an account, view the ePortal Documentation on the ePortal website.
If you are an attorney, when registering, be sure the primary email address you enter on the ePortal matches the email address you have on record with the Florida Bar. Your first and last name must also match the records with the Florida Bar. You can verify your name and email address on file with the Florida Bar.
The Florida Courts ePortal is a web site that provides eFiling capability to agencies, attorneys, and self-represented litigants (pro se) with a single statewide login.