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Juan Fernandez-Barquin, ESQ.
Clerk of the Court and Comptroller
Miami-Dade County

EFiling Services

The Florida Courts e-Filing Portal is a statewide web site mandated by the Florida Legislature and the eFiling Authority that provides online filing capability to users with a single login.


You can file 20-day summons on the eFiling portal for the adoption, circuit civil, county civil, family/domestic relations and probate divisions. This does not include 5-day or pre-trial summons.

Civil Summons (20 Day For Personal Service on a Natural Person) 
Civil Summons (20 Day for Corporate Service on General Forms) 
Family Summons (20 Day Summons for Personal Service on an Individual Person) 

  • Once the summons is received and accepted via the ePortal, it will automatically be docketed and reflected on the docket as eFiling summons received but will not be executed.
  • Upon issuance, the summons will be reflected on the docket as summons issued and will be available on the Miami-Dade County Clerk of the Court and Comptroller  Online Case Search for retrieval.
  • For those who wish to continue to come in person to have their summons issued, this service will still be available at the civil, family and district court locations.

Filings for Civil, Family, or Probate Cases

To access filings, dockets and documents for a civil, family or probate case, please visit the Miami-Dade County Civil, Family and Probate Courts Online System.  
If you need to follow up on the status of your application, contact the TSD Service Center at 305-349-5900 or send an email to:

Filings for a felony, misdemeanor or Traffic Case

To access filings, dockets and documents for a Felony, Misdemeanor, or Traffic case, please visit Miami-Dade County Criminal Justice Online System. 
To file a subsequent pleading on a misdemeanor case, the portal requires a court type to be selected. Since misdemeanor case types can be COUNTY ORDINANCE (CO); MISDEMEANOR (MM); MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE (MO); or NON CRIMINAL INFRACTION (IN), the filer may select either of the available choices if the actual case type is unknown. The portal knows the correct court type and will return it onscreen as a part of the validation process. 
A filer may eFile a Petition To Seal or a Petition To Expunge on a felony or misdemeanor case via the portal.  Attorneys must contact the judicial assistant for a court date for felony cases.   
To submit proposed orders to the judiciary, click eCourtesy


Prior to utilizing the eFiling portal, users must create an account. Users can access the portal’s log in page by visiting the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal
Florida Bar Attorney - The Florida Bar member database is used to validate the applicant when registering for a user account. The system must recognize your Florida Bar Identification Number and the name that you have registered with the Florida Bar, otherwise your registration will be rejected. 
Pro Hac Vice – Visit the Florida Bar for the procedures on how to make a Limited Appearance in the State of Florida (local fees may apply). 
Law Firm Administrator - Complete the Clerk of the Court and Comptroller ePortal law Firm Administrator Request form and submit to the Clerk of the Court and Comptroller by email or mail. 
Law Enforcement Agency Administrator – Complete the Clerk of the Court and Comptroller ePortal Law Enforcement Administrator Request form (must be notarized) and submit to the Clerk of the Court and Comptroller by mail. 


Refund requests for overpayments may be initiated by completing the Attorney’s Refund Request form and emailing it to the noted mailbox address corresponding to the location where the case was filed.

Submission Standards

There are guidelines that should be followed in preparing documents that will be attached to portal submissions.  For a list of these guidelines, visit the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal.

The Florida Supreme Court has adopted the electronic format of PDF/A (Portable Document Format for Archiving) as the official format for filing and storing electronic documents in the state court system. The FCCC has provided a document to answer questions regarding this soon to be required file format.

Procedures on how to file evidence in a court proceeding.


If your user account is locked, you can request assistance by calling the support line at 850-577-4609 or via email at
If you are having technical issues, you can request support via the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal , by calling 850-577-4609 or by email at

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