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How-To: File Documents in Florida's DCAs


Background: You are litigating an appellate case
Problem: You do not know where to file your legal documents
Solution: You follow this 1-step guide

I. Legal Citations

AO 19-1 Florida's 1DCA | Electronic Filing and Electronic Service in the First District
"Effective February 11, 2019, at 7 p.m., the First District Court of Appeal will use the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal (“statewide portal”) for electronic receipt of case documents. Pursuant to Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC18-74 Electronic Filing and Electronic Service in the District Courts of Appeal, all filings to this Court must be submitted via the statewide portal except when paper filing is authorized under the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration. Registration with the statewide portal may be completed at https://www.myflcourtaccess.com." AO 18-74 Florida's Supreme Court | Electronic Filing and Electronic Service in the District Courts of Appeal
"Starting December 14, 2018, all filings to the Second District Court of Appeal must be submitted via the statewide portal except when a paper filing is authorized. In 2019, at dates to be announced, all filings to the First, Third, Fourth, and Fifth District Courts of Appeal must be submitted via the statewide portal except when a paper filing is authorized."

II. Step-by-Step Guide

III. How-To Videos

# Link Comments
1Official tutorial on filing a new case in Florida. Channel = "Florida Courts E-Filing Portal"
2Pro Se tutorial on filing documents onto an existing case. Channel = "Carolyn Weber"

IV. Quick Commentary

V. Conclusion

Just go to myflcourtaccess.com in order to file your 1DCA documents.

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how to file your documents in Florida's First District Court of Appeal!

Please get the justice you deserve.

Sincerely,



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