Osceola County Clerk of Court Armando Ramírez announced this week the expectation to reopen all services at the Clerk’s Office and Osceola County Courthouse on June 1. The reopening date was determined “by taking in consideration extensions of the postponement and cancellation of certain court proceedings in orders issued by the Florida Supreme Court of Florida and the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida,” Ramirez’s office said in a release.
On Tuesday, Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Donald Myers issued a temporary order, extending the cancellation of most proceedings that were scheduled between March 16 and May 29 due to COVID-19.
A 60-day extension for all criminal and traffic payments that were due between March 13 and May 22 continues in effect, however the Clerk’s Office is unable to extend due dates for court-ordered payments.
While the Clerk’s Office remains closed to the public, it continues to provide some essential services, such as:
Traffic School Election: customers may call 407-742-3583 to make a traffic school election or make a credit card payment.
Criminal Payment Plans: available for customers that cannot make payments in full with a $25 Administrative Partial Payment Plan fee due when the first payment is made. Customers that can benefit from this service may call (407) 742-3583 for assistance.
A Partial Payment Agreement Form is available for customers that cannot make traffic payments in full. This form can be accessed at https://www.osceolaclerk.com/Forms and submitted by email to email@example.com.
Regular payments to the court system can be made:
- At nny Florida AMSCOT location (visit www.amscot.com/locations to find the nearest location);
- Online at www.osceolaclerkpmts.com and www.myfloridacounty.com
- By phone at 888-912-1534
- In the drop box located to the left of the Courthouse entrance doors. Please include case or citation number and contact phone number, and do not leave cash
- By mail at 2 Courthouse Square, Attn: Criminal Department, Suite 2000, Kissimmee, FL 34741.
For cases referred to a collection agency, please contact the agency directly:
- Valley Collection Service, LLC – 800-244-9665
- Penn Credit Corporation – 800-900-1380
- Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP – 866-234-9790
- IC System, Inc. – 800-279-7269
Vulnerable Adult Injunction, Baker Acts, Hal Marchman, Risk Protection Order, emergency motions in a Family Law case or an Injunction case and any emergency Guardianship matters may still be filed in the Probate Department by appointment. Injunction for Protection maybe be filed on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse with our Injunction Processing Unit.
Family Law, County Civil, and Small Claims packets are available by phone at 407-818-8335.
Emergency motions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or placed in the drop box located to the left of the Courthouse entrance.
The electronic filings link is: https://www.myflcourtaccess.com/Index.html.
• Documents to be recorded on behalf of a company can be submitted through an e-Recording approved vendor. A list of vendors can be found at https://www.osceolaclerk.com/Content/UploadedContent/e-Record%20Vendor%20Info/pdf.
Individuals wishing to record a document, or companies who do not wish to eRecord, may mail their documents or utilize our drop box located to the left of the Courthouse entrance doors. When submitting documents through the mail or drop box, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) for the return of your documents. If you are purchasing certified copies and would like them returned immediately after recording, please include a second SASE.
All recording must include payment in the form of business check, cashier’s check or money order payable to the Osceola Clerk of Court, and a contact name and telephone number.
For drop box users, please place everything inside an envelope marked RECORDING.
For Notices of Commencement, please make sure the LEGAL DESCRIPTION is complete. The property address is not the legal description. Legal descriptions can be found at the Osceola County Property Appraiser’s website: https://ira.property-appraiser.org/PropertySearch/.
All passport services, marriage applications and licenses, and all marriage ceremonies are suspended until further notice.
Ongoing updates impacting the operations of the Osceola County Clerk’s Office will continue to be posted on our website www.osceolaclerk.com, and calls can be made to 407-7420-3500.