Check out the standards and rules that allow it. It could save you a few steps like printing, signing, and scanning; not to mention cost savings on paper, ink, and your time!
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View the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal. A username and password are required to access the system, and registration is available on the E-Portal website. Law Enforcement agencies need to contact the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers’ (FCCC) Help Desk to have an administrator set up access. FCCC can be reached via phone at 850-577-4609 or email FCCC. Registration in the portal covers all counties and circuits in the State of Florida.
E-Filing problems should be directed to the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers’ (FCCC) Service Desk. Email the FCCC. For inquiries regarding the process, please contact the appropriate department.
Specific attention to the Statewide Standards will prove especially useful for minimizing E-Filing effort in your office. You can read more on the Florida State Courts Electronic Filing Committee (EFC) website.
In addition to finding more information on the Florida State Courts Electronic Filing Committee (EFC) website, there are additional frequently asked questions on the Florida Courts E-Filing Authority web page. You can also access step-by-step training videos at the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers’ YouTube channel.
The Florida Courts E-Filing Authority issued a Document Submission Standards to be followed in preparing documents for E-Filing through the E-Filing Portal. This document is available on the courts’ training manuals and materials page.
You may submit color images, but any deviation of the standards may result in processing delays and could require documents to be resubmitted in black and white. Our systems use TIFFv4, which only supports black and white images as they take up less storage space.
No. For Polk County, you can use the public records page or visit our offices to access case information via public view terminals.