CLERK OF COURT & COMPTROLLER
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA
Description: Do you have questions about the Hillsborough County Domestic Partnership Registry, how it differs from a city DPR, what form or affidavit you need to register, the benefit of registering with the Clerk, how the registry works, what if you get married or divorced or separate after registering, confidentiality, the rights and legal affect of a registered domestic partnership, the HELP (Health, Education and Life Planning) Registry, fees, and much more, this page will get you to the answers.
Description: Were you married in a foreign country or are you planning to marry in a foreign country? This page has information about foreign marriages.
Description: Do you have questions about criminal issues regarding juveniles -- any person under the age of 18 years? This page has the information you are looking for.
Description: The Juvenile Dependency page has answers to questions relating to juveniles who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected, surrendered for the purpose of adoption, or who are persistent runaways, habitually truant or ungovernable.
Description: Preorder case files for Circuit Civil, County Civil, Family Law, Felony, and Misdemeanor through this page.
Description: Before you visit the Clerk's Office in person, review the information on this page first. It might save you a visit or make you better prepared for your visit so you don't have to come back again.
Description: Did you get a Collections letter from some agency and you want to know if they are authorized to collect debts for the Clerk of Court? Are you wondering why the Clerk sent your debt to Collections in the first place? What about the fees, service charges, and such that you are being asked to pay? All of the answers to those questions and more will be found on the Collections page.
Description: Do you have questions about lawsuits, mortgage foreclosure filings, other real property cases, lien foreclosure cases, medical and professional malpractice cases, auto negligence cases, contract and indebtedness cases, personal injury cases, eminent domain cases, viewing circuit civil court files or records, complex business litigation, submitting trial documents, finding or becoming a certified process server, interest rate for judgments, the Court Registry, fees, and more, this page has those answers.
Description: If you are looking for information on programs and services for mental illness, drug abuse, developmentally disabled, tuberculosis, adult protective services, adjudication of incapacitated persons, restoration of capacity for persons having previously been declared incapacitated, and preneed guardians, along with information about the Baker Act and the Marchman Act, this page will help you.