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The Clerk of the Circuit Court, established by the Constitution of 1838, is the public trustee for the county. The Clerk provides the checks and balances in county government by acting in their capacity as Clerk to the Board, Clerk to the Court, Keeper of the Public Records, Comptroller and Internal Auditor of county funds.
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Currently, 35 counties are signed up as members of the CLERICUS team and all of the following counties are live and using the CLERICUS application: Holmes, Santa Rosa, Dixie, Taylor, Hernando, Gulf, Highlands, Martin, DeSoto, Walton, Sumter, Nassau, Bradford, Jefferson, Gilchrist, Jackson, Hendry, Columbia, Okeechobee, Putnam, Manatee, Hardee, Wakulla, Liberty, Franklin, Pasco, Baker, Union, Hamilton, Suwannee, Madison, Calhoun, Lafayette, Washington and Glades.
Marion County Clerk of Court has a position available for an Auditor I.
Washington County Clerk of Court has positions open fo a Court Specialist I and a Finance Clerk I.
St. Lucie County Clerk of Court has positions open for a Senior .NET Developer, an Accounting Manager and a Senior Accountant.
Collier County Clerk of Court has a position available for an Internal Auditor I.
Pasco County Clerk of Court has a position open for a Director of Financial Services.
Sarasota County Clerk of Court has a position open for an Assistant Director of Court Services.
Palm Beach County Clerk of Court has a position available for a Chief Communications Officer.
Martin County Clerk of Court has a position open for an Enterprise Funds Finance Professional.
Alachua County Clerk of Court has a position available for a Programmer.
Polk County Clerk of Court has a position available for an Inspector General Auditor II.
The City of Port Orange, FL has a position open for a Compliance Manager in the Finance Department.
For more details, click on the Employment Info button above.
The Child Support Resources page contains payment information for custodial and non-custodial parents as well as employers. The site also has answers to frequently asked questions and links to Florida and interstate agencies.
The MyFloridaCounty.com website is an easy-to-use, cost-efficient way of handling transactions that would normally be handled either through the Clerks walk-in counter or mailroom. Use your credit card to make online payments.
Click on the links below to access the services which are also available en español.
Search and Order Official Records Search thousands of records across counties, all in one place. Frequently ordering records? Create an account for streamlined checkout. Records can also be purchased online.
Pay Child Support
Non-custodial parents and employers can pay online with a credit card or direct debit from a bank account. Inquiry on a case’s payment history is also available online.
Pay Traffic Citations
Pay securely by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX or Discover) or debit card. Elect to attend or decline traffic school during the payment process.
Avoid the hassle of sending checks each month and pay online. Use MyFloridaRemit.com for all child support payments made using the electronic check (e-check) payment method.
Find information about the Courts, public records, research how to file a small claims case or find an official record.
The Clerk's office performs nearly 1,000 different constitutional and statutory functions or duties, representing the broadest and most diverse mantle of responsibility of any locally elected official. Find out more about the many things we do and the many ways we can help you at MyFloridaClerks.com.
The Florida Local Government Investment Trust (Florida Trust) is a local government investment pool developed through the joint efforts of the Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers (FCCC) and the Florida Association of Counties (FAC).
Organized on December 12, 1991, the Florida Trust is designed to compliment existing investment programs by providing an investment vehicle for funds that can be invested on a short to intermediate term in securities with maturities and returns generally greater than those of money market instruments. The Florida Trust is an open ended, professionally managed fund available only to public entities in Florida.
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