SC11-399, amended October 18, 2012, “requires that attorneys e-file documents in civil cases filed in Probate, Family, Circuit and County Civil, by April 1, 2013.”
Please visit our website at www.osceolaclerk.com to submit your documents via the Clerk’s E-Portal. If you are unable to submit your documentation using the E-portal, please return the documents to our office along with a hardship letter indicating the reason you were unable to do so.
Additionally, our office is not requiring the filing of original documents with the exception of the following:
All unsigned orders and letters must be submitted via U.S. Mail, along with any copies you may need conformed and self-addressed, stamped envelopes for mailing. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our office at (407) 742-3506.
The Clerk‘s Office is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Probate is the court procedure by which a will is proved to be valid or invalid; the legal process wherein the estate of a decedent is administered. The probate process involves collecting a decedent’s assets, liquidating liabilities, paying necessary taxes and distributing property to heirs.
Do you need an attorney to deposit a will?
What are the different types of proceedings that can be filed depending on the size of the estate?
What type of paperwork must accompany the form for filing a disposition of personal property without administration?
What happens after this information is filed with the Clerk?
What happens if a person dies and has not left a will?
What happens if there is a will filed but a personal representative has not been named?
How are Probate proceedings initiated?
Is there a requirement that the personal representative be represented by an attorney?