Where is the Broward County Clerk of court located?

Where is the Broward County Clerk of court located?

The Broward County Clerk of Court (Probate Division) is located in the Broward County Courthouse, Room 3150. Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. To obtain a current list of holiday closings, please refer to the website for the Broward County Clerk of Court or the website for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida.

Is the Broward County Court progress docket online?

Not all court progress dockets will have electronic case records available for viewing, especially older case records that have not been electronically filed. You may also order copies of court records . * Please remember that information provided through this site does not constitute the official court records of the Clerk.

What are the rules for probate in Broward County?

The estate must consist of personal property exempt from claim of creditors and non-exempt personal property that does not exceed the sum of preferred funeral expenses and reasonable medical and hospital expenses of the last 60 days of the most recent illness. The decedent must have resided in the County of filing.

How to search for a case in Broward County?

Filing Date range searches must include Date From and Date To values in the proper format. Record searches are limited to the first 200 results. For better search results, please refine your search criteria by selecting a court type and/or by entering a filing date range. Recaptcha requires verification. Case Number is a required field.

Who is the Clerk of court in Broward County?

Broward County Clerk of the Circuit and County Court, Brenda D. Forman, Official Website – is your go to location to Pay Traffic Tickets, Pay Child Support, Court Fees, Case Search, Court Search, File Cases, Passports, Divorce, Injunction, Domestic Violence, Broward County

The estate must consist of personal property exempt from claim of creditors and non-exempt personal property that does not exceed the sum of preferred funeral expenses and reasonable medical and hospital expenses of the last 60 days of the most recent illness. The decedent must have resided in the County of filing.

Not all court progress dockets will have electronic case records available for viewing, especially older case records that have not been electronically filed. You may also order copies of court records .

What is the Probate Division of the Florida Circuit Court for?

The Circuit Courts in Florida are the trial courts of general jurisdiction. The Probate Division of the Circuit Court has jurisdiction of proceedings relating to the settlement of the estates of decedents and minors, granting of wills, guardianships, involuntary hospitalization, and the determination of competency.