About E-Filing Portal
The eFiling portal website provides eFiling and eRecording capability to users with a single statewide login. In the Supreme Court, use of the eFiling Portal became mandatory on April 1, 2013. Read the Order. You also can Pay Fees using the Portal.
General Instructions via court order are available. Use of the application will require minimal changes in the way attorneys and parties conduct business with the court. These changes include:
- Attorneys must submit briefs and petitions through the eFiling website rather than through mail or e-mail.
- Attorneys must submit briefs and petitions in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), in Microsoft Word 97 or higher format, or in WordPerfect format.
- Attorneys must submit, in addition to their briefs and petitions, any appendices.
To request eFiling support, please email email@example.com or call (850) 577-4609.
- The Florida Bar:
Go to Bar’s website at www.floridabar.org/e-filing and you will find a prominent resource button on the home page that links to a complete list of e-filing resources available, including a video about the benefits of electronic filing and an overview of the portal, document submission standards, and a manual on how to e-file.
- Florida Courts E-Filing Authority: http://www.flclerks.com/
- Florida Supreme Court Opinions and Orders:
- SC11-399 Florida Supreme Court Opinion regarding E-Filing - Revised Opinion 10/18/2012
- SC11-399 Florida Supreme Court Order extending e-filing effective date and requesting responses - 09/19/2012
- SC11-399 Florida Supreme Court Order - 10/09/2012
- Administrative Order AOSC13-48 - 09/27/13
- State Court E-Filing Web Page - A comprehensive collection of material and information regarding e-filing and electronic initiatives in the Florida court system.