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Search Tips. Last Name and First Name are required fields. Last Names with less than three characters will return exact matches only. First Names with less than two characters will return exact matches only. If included, Middle Names with less than two characters will return exact matches only. Record searches are limited to the first results. Business Name. Business Name is a required field. Business Names with less than three characters will return exact matches only. Case Number Search Case Number. Case Number is a required field. Sample Case Numbers. Citation Number Search Citation Number.

Citation Number is a required field. Do not enter dashes or spaces. Example: ABC Note: If your citation has not been entered into the Clerk's case management system, it will not appear on the Clerk's website. Also, this search is currently only for Traffic citations. Helpful Information.

Per Standards for Access to Electronic Court Records , Florida law restricts access to some cases, documents and information based on the record and the user. Not all court progress dockets will have electronic case records available for viewing, especially older case records that have not been electronically filed. You may also order copies of court records. Civil, Family and Probate Examples. Felony, Traffic and Misdemeanor Examples. Brenda D. If you wish to view a copy of the last will and testament of Anna Nicole Smith a.

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The name of the executor of the estate. The attorney the executor has hired.

The judge presiding over the case. In some cases, the name of all of the beneficiaries of the estate. Appear in person and ask for a copy of the will, or make a written request by fax or mail. Provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope for mailing the copies if the request is not made in person.

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