Court Evidence

Did you know? The Seminole County Clerk’s Office is responsible of maintaining a chain of custody, storage and ultimately the disposition or destruction of evidence received during a court proceeding. #FLClerks

Ensuring Access To Justice

The Seminole County Clerk of Court provides many public services that help improve access to justice, including processing civil and criminal cases and managing jury duty.   Our office even offers online self-help resources to help self-represented litigants navigate the processes. Visit our Self-Help Center Page to learn more.   Our Self-Help Center is located … Read more

Guardianship Reports

One important service the Seminole County Clerk of Court provide is reviewing guardianship cases to protect vulnerable populations from exploitation and abuse. Your local Clerk of Court provides accountability that helps ensure guardians are acting in the best interest of their wards. Our Guardianship Fraud Hotline: 866-889-8808 #FLClerks

Property Fraud Alerts

Property Fraud Alert is an online subscription service free to the public that allows you to have a name or names monitored with the Official Records office in order to track possible fraudulent recordings that affect your property.   With Property Fraud Alert, subscribers can sign up and be notified when the name they have … Read more

Rule 2.420 Changes

Check out this video to learn about the Florida Supreme Court changes to Rule 2.420 and what they mean when filing documents with confidential information. Learn what it means for filers: www.flclerks.com/ConfidentialRuleChange #FLClerks    

Appeals New Location

Appeals is now located at the Criminal Justice Center located at 101 Eslinger Way, Sanford, FL 32773. For additional information, please contact the Seminole County Clerk of Court Appeals Office at 407-665-4470.

Juneteenth

Join us today in celebration of freedom as we commemorate the abolition of slavery in the United States #Juneteenth. #FLClerks

Family History Day

It’s #FamilyHistoryDay! There’s no better day for learning about your family history by searching historical records maintained by the Seminole County Clerk of Court. #FLClerks

Flag Day

On this date in 1777, the Second Continental Congress adopted the flag of the United States. Happy Flag Day! #FLClerks #FlagDay

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