Reduce Stigma-Mental Health

During #MentalHealthAwareness Month, we can help reduce the stigma around mental health issues by joining Florida’s Clerks in sharing helpful information and resources. Visit to learn about Clerk services that help protect individuals facing mental health or drug abuse issues.

Hurricane Preparedness Week

Looking ahead to hurricane season, it’s important to be prepared and be safe. This week, the Seminole County Clerk of Court will be sharing a few tips for Hurricane Preparedness Week! #FLClerks #HurricanePrep

Happy Mothers Day

The Seminole County Clerk of Court would like to honor all mothers, grandmothers and motherly figures for their love and commitment to their children and families. Happy Mother’s Day! #FLClerks

National Nurses Day

On #NursesDay, we want to highlight and celebrate all of the amazing nurses! Thank you for your tireless work and dedication to caring for your patients and keeping us all safe and healthy each and every day! #FLClerks

Public Records Online

The Seminole County Clerk of Court maintains public records libraries that can also be easily accessed online! Visit to access these records. #FLClerks

Mental Health Awareness Month

Florida’s Clerks of Court and Comptrollers are proud to join the national movement to raise awareness about mental health – #MentalHealthAwareness Month. The Seminole County Clerk of Court is honored to play a part in services that help those facing mental illness and drug abuse issues. #FLClerks

National Law Day

Law is the foundation for liberty, freedom and justice in America…and the Seminole County Clerk of Court is honored to provide many services that support the justice system in Seminole County. Celebrating National #LawDay!

Floridians Feedback Sought

The Florida Supreme Court, through the Judicial Management Council (JMC),
seeks comments from the public on the court system to identify issues and trends from many perspectives.
Input from a wide range of Floridians is vital to court operations. An online survey is available to provide this important insight.
The survey is open through May 21. Responses to the survey are anonymous.
Your participation will assist the JMC to produce an update of the judicial branch’s long-range strategic plan.
The strategic plan will articulate the major issues facing the court system over the next six years and
outline priority goals to address those issues.
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