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The Clerk's office is pleased to make available the Supreme Court approved forms for your use. In County Court, many small claims and county court forms are available. However, because of the complexity of most Circuit Court Cases, only Family Law forms have been approved for distribution for that court.

Note: Any fees associated with the filing of forms are listed in the Fee Schedule on this website.

New! Email Consent Form-Giving the Court Authority to Email Orders and Other Court Notices

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Notice of Confidential Information within Court Filing (October 1, 2010)

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Florida Family Law Information & Forms

Guardianship Forms for Eighth Judicial Circuit

  • Including forms for
    • Annual Plan
    • Initial Plan
    • Petition for Guardian Advocate
    • Physician’s Report
    • Simplified Accounting
    • Petition for Discharge

Appeals

Civil Forms

Criminal

Small Claims Information & Forms
New Form! Notice to Appear for Pretrial Conference

Eff. 6/7/13 Attorneys and Corporate Filers must prepare the Pretrial Notices for their cases.

Traffic Citation Information & Forms

Public Records Exemption Notices & Forms

Child Support Forms

Pay Child Support Online & View Payment History

Marriage License Information & Family Law Handbook

Landlord Tenant

Official Records

Bail Bond Agents

Expungement Forms





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Adobe PDF Files

Some of the forms in the listing below are Adobe PDF files. To view and print these forms you will need to have Adobe's Acrobat Reader installed.

Adobe Acrobat Reader is free; download Adobe Acrobat Reader on Adobe.com

This website is a public service. Please read the Legal Disclaimer. Website designed and engineered by Alachua County ITS.Applications Division Version 2010 (v1.0)

Under Florida law (Statute 119.011), all information, including e-mail, written letters, documents and phone messages, sent to the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners is subject to Public Records law. This includes the sender's e-mail address, home address or phone number if shown in the message, the content of the message and any associated attachments to the mail. Also please be aware that electronic correspondence (e-mail) is made available on the Commission's public archive site immediately upon being sent. Instead, contact Alachua County Offices by phone or in writing.