Attorneys in both Brevard and Seminole have the resources offering many new facets of modern technology including but not limited to online scheduling, instructions, provider listings, policies and procedures and much more.
The Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Utilizes both the JACs (Judicial Automatic Calendar System) and other non automated calendaring. JACs is for attorneys only and requires a login. If you don't find the docket you are looking for be sure to look in the NON-JACs dockets as well.
NOTE: Not all of the judges post their calendars online. Calendars are subject to change hourly, so check back frequently to guarantee accurate updates.
|Below you will find a listing of online calendars by judge for Seminole County that are not listed in JACs calendaring system. Calendars are subject to change hourly, so check back frequently to guarantee accurate updates.|
|BREVARD DOCKETS & HEARINGS:|
|SEMINOLE DOCKETS & HEARINGS: |
|SEMINOLE FELONY MASTER CALENDAR:|
|SEMINOLE JUDGES ROTATION SCHEDULE: |
Below you will find a listing of online calendars by judge for Seminole County that are not listed in JACs calendaring system. Calendars are subject to change hourly, so check back frequently to guarantee accurate updates.
SEMINOLE CIVIL PRE/TRIAL DOCKETS:
Provider listings include both Brevard and Seminole and provide attorneys with arbitrator listings, registries, expert witness providers, orders and more.
Court Appointed Attorneys
> Policy & Rates <
> Court Appointed Attorney Applications <
> Court Appointed Attorney Registry <
Expert Witness Providers
The Eighteenth Judicial Circuit maintains Administrative Orders, and other Related Materials on the Brevard Clerk of Courts website where you will be directed when you click the link below.
The Eighteenth Judicial Circuit provides procedural instructions for attorneys along with policies that may differ within the guidelines of the law between judges and county or circuit court.
- Procedures for Setting Circuit Civil Trials
- Division A Policy & Procedures Manual
- Judge Roberts Policies and Procedures
- Civil Division D JACs Instructions
- Civil Division D Policies and Procedures
- Civil Division D e-Filing Proposed Orders
- Civil Division T JACs Instructions
- JACS Family Mediation Requirements
> Civil-Family Division Policies & Procedures <
- Division K Civil-Family Procedures Manual
- Division L Civil-Family Procedures Manual
- Division G Civil-Family Procedures Manual
- Division S Policy & Procedures Manual
> Criminal Division Policies & Procedures <
- Criminal Division Operations Manual
- First Appearance Manual
- Division R Criminal Policy & Procedure Manual
- Courtroom Decorum Policy
> Felony Division Forms <
- Procedure to Waive Docket Sounding
- Docket Sounding Waiver
- Felony Plea Agreement (English)
- Felony Plea Agreement (Espanol)
> Probate Forms & Procedures <
> Foreclosure Policies & Procedures <
What does the Foreclosure Court accomplish?
In mortgage foreclosure proceedings, as with all types of cases, courts are obligated to ensure that the rights of parties are protected and the integrity of the process is maintained. The Florida Bar offers a variety of web resources for families facing foreclosure and attorneys helping them. Judges and lawyers also have a professional obligation to conclude litigation as soon as it is reasonably and justly possible.The objective is to bring foreclosure cases into compliance with state time standards to complete a case. Those standards are 12 months for non-jury trials and 18 months for jury trials.
The Florida courts are using case management practices that work most effectively to ensure the full participation of parties, avoid unreasonable delays, and dispose of those cases that have been pending for the longest period of time – while being ever mindful of the rights of parties and the integrity of the process.
Florida Courts Help App
For constituents, customers, or callers seeking help with family law cases – divorce, adoption, name change, custody, order of protection, and much more – there is now a one-stop source for lots of information aimed at self-represented people. Florida Courts Help is available at app stores as well as online at help.flcourts.org.
Florida Courts Help makes available at the touch of a screen:
- 186 Supreme Court-approved family law forms that can be filled out on the device
- Links and contact information for help centers all around the state
- Plain-language instructions and descriptions of first steps and next actions
- Pointers and contact for a full range of legal help from multiple online resources, free and low- cost legal services, lawyer referrals and other information, including eligibility criteria.
- User-friendly instructions for initial steps and pointers about what happens next.