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FYI: As of July 1, 2021 all filers of circuit civil, county civil and small claims court documents are now solely responsible for ensuring that confidential information is redacted or is identified for redaction. See the Florida Supreme Court amended Rule 2.420. See also Changes to Redaction of Confidential Information Now in Effect
- Division AD will be implementing procedures using Zoom technology to minimize the number of in-person hearings due to "COVID-19".
- At the direction of the Florida Supreme Court and the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Division AD will be implementing *Differentiated Case Plans, which plans apply to cases pending as of April 29, 2021 and cases filed on April 30, 2021 or later, and which requires parties to civil cases to confer and agree on a case track and certain management deadlines and model timeframes.
- In accordance with this directive, the DCM Agreed Case Management Plans shall be submitted to the Court in PDF format separate from the proposed DCM Order Approving Case Management Plan. The DCM Order Approving Case Management Plan shall be submitted to the Court for entry in Microsoft Word format. The DCM Agreed Case Management Plan and the DCM Order Approving Case Management Plan are filed as two separate documents in the Court file (hence two separate concurrent submissions to the Court for consideration and entry through the Court's online services system prior to processing). See Administrative Order 3.107 and Administrative Order 3.108. See also AD Forms and Orders *if you have any questions on Differentiated Case Plans after reviewing the posted directives and complement documents, please direct any and all questions to CAD-CircuitcivilCM@pbcgov.org for further guidance from the office of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit.
Please monitor for any updates to these and other mitigating measures in response to COVID-19 at the Court's main webpage and the respective main webpage of the Judge.
IN RE: MITIGATING MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
The following shall be implemented in Division AD pursuant to Administrative Order No.: 12.510-12/2020.19*
EFFECTIVE JUNE 21, 2021
All courts will exit Phase 2 pursuant to Administrative Order No. 12.510-052021.21. See Administrative Order 12.515-09-2021 to review protocols and measures that will govern this Circuit's operations upon the termination of Administrative Order No. 12.510-052021.21. Administrative Order 12.515-09-2021 specifies which hearings can be held in-person or remotely (unless otherwise determined by Circuit Civil Division AD-Judge Goodman).
EFFECTIVE AUGUST 2, 2021
Based on an increase in COVID-19 variant cases in the State of Florida, all persons entering any of the courthouses shall wear a mask or facial covering and continue to wear masks while in any common areas of the courthouse, including the inside of courtrooms, unless directed otherwise by the presiding judge or the Court. The Court continues to implement additional health and safety protocols to further protect the pubic against the spread of COVID-19 variants. Any person entering the courthouse or courtroom without a mask or facial covering meeting these standards will be provided with a mask.
All persons are now required to wear a mask when entering the courthouse and to continue to wear a mask in the common areas of the courthouse and in the courtrooms. Social distancing is encouraged throughout your visit.
- All hearings will be conducted remotely using ZOOM technology unless counsel or the Court determine otherwise.
- UNIFORM MOTION CALENDAR: All UMC hearings will be conducted remotely using ZOOM technology unless litigants request otherwise. A link to the ZOOM Meeting will be included within the hearing details online when the Uniform Motion Calendar hearing is scheduled online by registered users using the Court's online services system. Upon entering the Uniform Motion Calendar/ ZOOM meeting, please mute your audio (located at the bottom of your ZOOM screen) until your case is called by the Judge (at which time you will unmute your audio). All counsel/parties who scheduled their hearing on the Uniform Motion Calendar through the Court's online services system will be in attendance and will be waiting for their case to be called in the ordinary course of Uniform Motion Calendar. For further information on how to join ZOOM, you may view the following brief instructions. If any of the parties request that their Uniform Motion Calendar hearing be held remotely by another telephone/ web service provider, the parties shall send an email to CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org (with copies to all counsel/parties) no later than 48 hours in advance of the hearing with detailed instructions including the access number and passcode that the parties have agreed to use to join the call during that Uniform Motion Calendar.
- Uniform Motion Calendar ("UMC") hearings shall be held remotely by telephone conference and not by video conference alone. ZOOM meeting details for UMC hearings can be viewed upon confirmation and when registered parties schedule their UMC hearing online. Uniform Motion Calendar starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 9:30 a.m. Remote hearings will be called by the Judge in the order determined by the Judge. Out of courtesy, please mute your audio until your case is called. The timing of when the Judge will call your case cannot be determined; however, counsel/ parties shall wait remotely until such time the Court calls up the case and starts the hearing.
- The following matters SHALL NOT be noticed for UMC, but shall be specially set for hearing:
- Motions for Contempt
- Motions for Sanctions
- Motions for Attorneys' Fees
- Motions for Rehearing and/or Reconsideration (these motions are only set upon approval of the Court)
- Contested Motions for Summary Judgment
- Motions to Approve Settlement of Minor's Claim
- Any motions requiring evidence to be taken or findings to be made by the Court, unless expressly permitted herein
- Any hearing of any nature reasonably requiring more than five (5) minutes per side to argue.
- SPECIAL SET HEARINGS: All special set hearings shall be conducted remotely (unless otherwise determined by counsel or the Court upon setting the hearing) using Zoom technology and remote access must be accessible and agreed to between parties when scheduling a special set hearings. If all parties agree to and are all able to access ZOOM for the hearing, the scheduling party may select "Schedule Zoom Meeting for [the] Hearing" when prompted upon reservation and when scheduling the hearing through the Court's online calendar system. If that option is not available at that time of the reservation, the Court will enter the Zoom information upon entry of the order setting hearing. The Court will be using Zoom technology for all remote hearings. If any of the parties are unable to access or use ZOOM technology, the parties shall inform the Court upon submitted the proposed Order Specially Setting Hearing to the Court for entry. If parties are unable to utilize Zoom technology ((www.zoom.us.com) for the hearing, counsel/parties shall immediately inform the Court and make arrangements with another telephone/ web conference provider that all parties have agreed to and are able to use during the hearing and include that information in the proposed order and/or notice. This requirement applies to pro se litigants as well as attorneys. Telephone and web conference service providers other than Zoom include Court Call (888-882-6878), CourtScribes (833-727-4237 ext 3), but parties are free to seek out other vendors or utilize their own remote conference provider if they have one. If teleconference provider does not automatically provide a dial-in number upon confirmation, the parties shall send an email 48 hours prior to the hearing time to CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org including the dial-in number and passcode that the Court can use to join the call at the time of the hearing . The scheduling party shall be responsible in ensuring that all interested parties are able and have access to the hearing, including the ZOOM ID/password and/or other access information to be used to join the hearing, giving extra attention and care to persons not registered with this Court's online services or otherwise able.
- All motions/ papers upon which the parties intend to rely for their scheduled hearings must be filed with the court in advance of the hearing. If the papers do not appear on the docket, the parties must submit copies of all documents which they intend to reference during the hearing in advance by electronic delivery through "E-Courtesy" through the Court's online services system. If parties are not registered with the Court's online services system, copies may be forwarded via electronic mail to the Division email address at CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org with copies to all parties with reference to the date and time of the hearing.
- For evidentiary hearings and non-jury trials, the parties should stipulate to the admissibility of evidence for which the admissibility is not reasonably contested. The parties shall provide hard copies of all intended exhibits, evidence or demonstratives to the Court five (5) days in advance (unless otherwise determined by the Court). All exhibits should be pre-marked using the Circuit Civil pre-marking guidelines/ label template at www.mypalmbeachclerk.com on the first day of the hearing. The Court shall hold a pre-trial conference with all counsel to ensure the requirements expressed herein will be adhered to.
- If witnesses will be called to give testimony, the Court requires that such appearances be pre-arranged with appropriate instructions and protocols to join the hearing. Oaths for any evidentiary hearing or non-jury trial shall be administered remotely in accordance with Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC20-106.
- Court reporters shall join and utilize the appropriate technology, teleconference or video conference provider service to cover hearings/non-jury trials in this Court. The Court will administer the oath, or oaths are to be administered in accordance with Administrative Orders AOSC20-106.
- The parties are encouraged to submit any motions to the Court that they mutually agree the Court may address based solely upon the papers and thereby waive oral argument.
- Any motions to assist fair, timely, effective and efficient efforts suggesting procedures to use to address necessary issues for your respective cases during the current outbreak are strongly encouraged by the Court. It is the intention of the Court to enable and facilitate telephone or video hearings in a practical manner or to allow rulings on the papers when acceptable to the parties. Above all, though, the Court wishes to provide for the administration of justice without risking anyone's safety.
All hearings in Division AD take place in Courtroom 9A; unless otherwise directed by the Court.
Please check Circuit Civil Division AD's suspension calendar, including court holiday and suspension dates, prior to coordinating and setting any hearings in the Division as these calendars may be change from time to time.
Circuit Civil Division AD email address: CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org
ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE COURT SHALL BE COPIED TO ALL COUNSEL/ PARTIES OF RECORD (including electronic correspondence)
- Proposed Orders are either mailed to the Court with sufficient copies and self-addressed stamped envelopes when any of the parties are not registered with the Court for electronic service or submitted/ uploaded to the Court's Online Services system when all parties are registered with the Court for electronic service.
- Do not attach copies of motions, memoranda, or other correspondence that are more than ten (10) pages. Material exceeding ten (10) pages shall be mailed to the Court via regular mail, courier or other mail delivery service, and shall be simultaneously sent to the opposing party.
Uniform Motion Calendar: UMC hearings are held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 8:30 a.m. and must be coordinated among parties and scheduled online.
After scheduling a UMC hearing online, please send a courtesy copy of the Notice of Hearing and underlying motion(s) in advance of the hearing to: CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org. Please include the full title of the motion(s) in the body of the notice. DO NOT attach motions and supplemental documents that exceed 10 pages as these items should be mailed to the Court by express or regular mail prior to the hearing.
Please note that the Court is moving towards a paperless system, thereby all orders are now required to be submitted electronically through the Court's Online Services system.
Submission of Orders: If you are a registered user of the Court's Online Services system, please upload your proposed orders separately in Microsoft Word format, and then select "attachments" to include your cover letter and other supporting documentation, if necessary. For information on the Court's Online Services system, see the Court Technology E-service Page. See also AD Divisional Instructions at "Submission of Orders".
Online Services: Pursuant to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.516, all attorneys who have not been exempted by a rule of procedure or by an order of the court, must serve and accept court filings by email. It is important to note the differences between "E-filing" and "E-service(s)". "E-Filing" is the electronic filing of documents/pleadings with the Clerk, and "E-service" is either the mandatory electronic mailing of documents between attorneys or the electronic mailing of orders by judges with the Court. Attorneys must separately register with The 15th Judicial Circuit Court's Online Services system for "E-service(s)". Once registered, an individual must maintain his/her user profile with updated email addresses and/or other significant updates as necessary; particularly when counsel of record is no longer counsel of record. For more information on The 15th Judicial Circuit's online services system, see the Court Technology E-service Page; see also: Administration Order 2.310
Notices of Trial: When a case is "at issue", please file the Notice of Trial with the Clerk of Court and send a courtesy copy to: CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org ONLY if all parties are registered for online services with the Court. Please ensure proper form, including estimated time for trial, whether the trial is to be by a jury or non-jury, and whether the trial is on the original action or a subsequent proceeding. See Fla.R.Civ.P. 1.440.
If there are pro se parties involved in the case and/or if any of the parties are not registered for online services/judicial e-service, you must mail a copy of the Notice of Trial including the self-addressed stamped envelopes for those parties to the Court by U.S. Mail and not by email. Further, all Notices of Trial must include the mailing address, email address, and telephone number for each party.
Division AD is currently setting trials for the following docket period:
Trial Period: October 25, 2021 thru December 17, 2021
Calendar Call: October 15, 2021 at *8:30 a.m.
*At this time, all scheduled in-person calendar calls have been suspended and will be conducted electronically with notice to fulfill an E-Calendar Call form to submit to the Court by close of business to CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org on the date of the calendar call; until further notice of the Court.
Formatting of Recorded Documents: All documents that need to be recorded in the public records (e.g. final judgments (consent final judgments, default final judgments, summary final judgments, and amended final judgments), orders of dismissal, voluntary dismissals, orders vacating final judgments, orders cancelling sales, orders setting aside, amending or vacating certificates of title, writs of garnishment) must comply with Rule of Judicial Administration 2.520 to accommodate recording space. These documents must have a 3" by 3" space at the top right hand corner on the first page and a 1" by 3" space at the top right hand corner of subsequent pages. Additionally, all documents filed with the Clerk of Court must have a 1" margin on all sides to accommodate the Clerk's date and time stamp.
Effective July 1, 2019: Section 45.031 and Section 45.032, Florida Statutes have been amended with corrective language as to Final Judgment, Publication of Sale, and Disbursement of Proceeds. See also Administrative Order 3.316-12/17.
All Motions to Cancel and/or Reschedule a Sale Date are set for hearing on UMC Calendar and must be set prior to the scheduled date of sale. See Administrative Order 3.301-5/21.
Sale dates will be provided at the time of the hearing. Plaintiff or Plaintiff's attorney must prepare a Notice of Sale and send a copy to all parties on the case. This step is not required to be conducted in the courtroom. Notices of Sale may be emailed to the designated newspaper for publication. The original must be filed with the Clerk of Court. Notices should include sale date, billing information, signature of Plaintiff or Plaintiff's attorney, sale location (i.e. palmbeach.realforeclose.com), time of sale (10:00 AM) and all other information as required by F.S. Section 45.031(2).
- All contested Summary Judgments must be specially set for hearing and scheduled online.
- Uncontested Summary Judgment motions are set online by utilizing the "Request an Uncontested Summary Judgment Hearing" button located on the Court's online services/scheduling page, and will be heard by an alternate judge.
- Default Summary Judgments may be set on the UMC Calendar.
The following packet of documents are typically required at an Uncontested Summary Judgment hearing:
- Notice of Hearing
- Motion for Summary Judgment
- Summary Judgment Foreclosure Checklist (including attachment of adding machine tape)
- Payment History
- Affidavit of Indebtedness (including loan payment history)
- Affidavit of Attorneys' Fees
- Affidavit of Costs
- Opposing Affidavits (if any) [see FRCP 1.510]
- Original Note and Mortgage (or copies thereof-if already filed with the Clerk's office)
- Final Judgment (format to comply with the requirements for recorded documents) [see sample document]
- Four sets of self-addressed and stamped envelopes with return address: Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County, P.O. Box 4667, West Palm Beach, Florida 33402-4667
Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem/ Administrator Ad Litem is assigned by the Court using a wheel system for appointing pre-approved attorneys. DO NOT send any orders with names of attorneys who are not pre-approved attorneys. When preparing the Order, the section for appointment shall be blank for the Court to insert a name, address, and telephone number upon appointment.
Original Promissory Notes and Mortgages are routinely filed as exhibits in foreclosure trials, and Plaintiffs are usually required to either present the original promissory note (and mortgage) at trial, or if otherwise alleged in the Complaint, re-establish the lost note. If the original note (and mortgage) is in the Court file, please email CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org at least 5 days prior to the trial date to notify the Court to make the request to the file clerk (for the Court file) in advance of the trial date. See also Administrative Order 3.311-04/12 regarding disposal of foreclosure trial exhibits.
Strict Compliance with Local Rule 4
Prior to setting a matter on the Uniform Motion Calendar and Special Set Hearings, counsel and/or parties noticing the matter shall attempt to resolve the matter and shall certify a good faith attempt to resolve the matter. All notices of hearing scheduled on the UMC Calendar shall set forth directly above the signature block, the below certifications without modification:
___ Movant's attorney has spoken in person or by telephone with the attorney(s) for all parties who may be affected by the relief sought in the motion in a good faith effort to resolve or narrow the issues raised.
___ Movant's attorney has attempted to speak in person or by telephone with the attorney(s) for all parties who may be affected by the relief sought in the motion.
___ One or more of the parties who may be affected by the motion are self-represented.
, and shall designate with a check or other marking next to the specific certification which applies.
Judge Goodman requires the above certifications as required by Local Rule 4 to be included in the order and notice
See Local Rule 4.
Video Appearance at Non-Evidentiary Hearings:
Division AD participates in the Fifteenth Circuit's Video Appearance Project for non-evidentiary hearings. Details concerning this project, participating vendors and training resources for interested parties can be found on the Circuit Civil Video Appearance Project page.
Only video appearances using an approved service provider and an approved web-based solution will be allowed.
Note: Division AD has limited permission for video appearances to the following persons:
- Out of State Attorneys;
- Attorneys traveling 100 miles to and from West Palm Beach, Florida; and
- Persons who have been permitted for video appearance by Court Order.
Instructions for Scheduling a Video Appearance:
- Coordinate the video appearance through an approved service provider. View a list of approved video service providers and their contact information.
- Log into the Circuit's Online Services ("OLS")
- Locate your hearing in OLS;
- Schedule the appearance via the Circuit's Online Services System ("OLS")
- Provide a back-up phone number for use to continue the hearing in the event of technical difficulties;
- Note: video appearances can only be scheduled for events listed in the OLS system.
No Motion or Order is required for video appearance at Uniform Motion Calendar.
A Motion and Order is required for video appearance at Special Set Hearings
Opposing counsel/party must be aware that you are appearing via video.
Direct any technical questions to CAD-WEB@PBCgov.org
Scheduling of Hearings
Division AD utilizes the Court's Online Scheduling System for all 15 minute and 30 minutes hearings (including Uniform Motion Calendar).
The Court's Online Services system requires a user ID/password. If you are interested in registering with the Court's Online Services system, please review the Online Services page.
Due to limited availability of hearing time for special set hearings, each case may take only one time slot per day. If more than one party attempts to schedule a hearing on the same case online and/or if there is already a hearing set on that case on that day, the second hearing may be cancelled by the Court.
Please be advised that the Online Scheduling System does not allow you to hold dates so you must be sure the date is coordinated with all parties prior to setting the hearing. ALL MOTIONS MUST BE TIMELY FILED AND DOCKETED WITH THE CLERK PRIOR TO SCHEDULING A HEARING [note: it may take 2-3 business days for motions/pleadings to be docketed by the Clerk of Court and thereby viewed by the Court] Please upload the Order Specially Setting Hearing online upon your reservation, including a separate copy of the underlying motion(s). Please include the title and file date of your motion and time reserved when scheduling, and include same in the order. The Court must receive the order and copy of the motion(s) with the complement confirmation sheet.
Parties seeking hearing time must confirm availability with opposing parties (including pro se litigants) before setting the matter for hearing. Further, sufficient time should be reserved to permit a complete presentation by counsel for all parties and/or pro se litigants. See Palm Beach County Bar Association's Standards for Professional Courtesy and Civility.
If you are seeking hearing time that exceed 30 minutes, parties' will need to make a written request to the Court, including the name and file date of the Motion(s), the amount of time needed for hearing, whether the hearing will be evidentiary or non-evidentiary, and perhaps a short list of joint availability within the timeframe that the parties' may be seeking to have the hearing. See Division Instructions.
Documents that are related to hearings that are scheduled online must be timely filed and provided to the Court well in advance of the schedule hearing date.
If cancelling a UMC hearing, please go online and cancel the hearing through the Online Scheduling System. Please file the Notice of Cancellation with the Clerk of Court and provide a courtesy copy of that notice to the parties and to the Court at CAD-DivisionAD@pbcgov.org for timely notice.
If cancelling a Special Set Hearing, you may submit a proposed agreed order for the Court's consideration. Special Set Hearings are set by Court Order and cannot be cancelled except by further Court Order.
Materials in Excess of 10 pages: Judge Goodman reviews all motions, briefs, memoranda, case law and legal authority (including Responses and Rebuttals) prior to all hearings. Accordingly, please provide supporting materials to the Court for review at least 5 business days prior to the scheduled hearing either by U.S. Mail and/or express delivery service or by utilizing the "e-courtesy" tool within the Court's Online Services system. Courier deliveries and any hand-deliveries are only received at the information desk and/or in the "Judges' Box" located in the main lobby of the Main Courthouse. When depositing material in the "Judges' Box" or sending materials electronically or manually in support of hearings or otherwise, please include a cover sheet stating the date and time of the hearing (or matter) and mark accordingly. Case law and legal authorities must be tabbed with pertinent sections highlighted. All exhibits shall be clearly marked by a number label on the top right hand corner of the front of each exhibit, clearly identifying the case number and party prior to the hearing. All affidavits, verified pleadings, and other sworn documents submitted to the Court by mail or at a hearing must be original documents with original signatures.
Submission of Orders
All orders shall be submitted through the Court's Online Services system. If the order submitted is the result of a hearing, the date of the hearing and the parties in attendance must be included in the first sentence of the order. Do not file blank orders with the Clerk nor submit any blank orders in anticipation of an upcoming hearing. Please submit your orders in Microsoft Word format (if able). It is preferred that you do not use tables or macros.
All parties must be registered with Online Services and in full agreement to submitting court documents and orders via the online system. If any party is not registered with the Court's Online Services, court documents and orders must specify the complete name and mailing address of each person who is to receive copies to ensure that all non-registered parties are properly served.
If the parties are submitting a proposed Order of Dismissal, Order Specially Setting Hearing, Ex Parte Orders, Orders of Substitution of Counsel, and/or other orders which require the Court to review additional documents, such shall be attached thereto (whether submitting the order online or by U.S. Mail). DO NOT SEND DUPLICATES-use only one of the delivery methods expressed above and in accordance with these division instructions.
ALL ORDERS MUST INCLUDE THE COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS AND EMAIL ADDRESS OF ALL PARTIES FOR SERVICE. See Administrative Order 2.306.
No order or judgment shall contain a signature page that does not include a portion of the text of the order or judgment. Please check and preview your documents before submitting your orders online and/or otherwise. See Administrative Order 3.204.
Order should be provided by the drafting attorney/party, either orally or in writing, to the opposing attorney/party for approval. In response, the opposing attorney/party should communicate promptly any objections to the drafting attorney/party. Upon submission, the drafting attorney/party should state whether the opposing attorney/party agrees or objects to the form of the order. See Palm Beach County Bar Associations' Standards for Professional Courtesy and Civility.
ALL RECORDED DOCUMENTS MUST PROVIDE A BLANK 3-INCH by 3-INCH SPACE ON THE TOP RIGHT HAND OF THE FIRST PAGE AND A BLANK 1-INCH by 3-INCH BLANK SPACE AT THE TOP-RIGHT HAND CORNER ON EACH SUBSEQUENT PAGE. The Clerk of Court will not accept documents for recording without this format in place. See Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.520. See Guidance and/or www.mypalmbeachclerk.com for further information. For your immediate reference, see also: sample of circuit civil documents that require space for recording by the Clerk of Court.
Pursuant to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.520, court documents must have at least 1-inch margin, be in 12 point ADA accessible font, and the pages must be consecutively numbers.
Please note that the filing of a "Notice of E-Mail Designation" does not automatically register parties for Judicial E-Service. Persons must register his/her primary and secondary email addresses with the 15th Circuit through Online Services to participate in the Online Scheduling System and Judicial E-Service. Failure to register may result in orders being sent by default to (an) the email address on file with The Florida Bar. Do not add a party's email to documents if he/she is not registered for Online Services (e.g. pro se parties) unless he/she has opted in or registered with the Court for online services. If a party is not registered for online services/ judicial e-service, parties are required to submit all proposed orders via U.S. Mail with sufficient copies and self-addressed stamped envelopes for all parties to be properly served; unless that non-registered party has filed and registered a written designation for e-service of all court documents. See Administrative Order 2.310. If a party is no longer involved in the case, he/she shall immediately update his/her profile and follow the necessary steps to remove his/her email from the Clerk and the Court's systems.
Ex Parte Communication
The Court cannot and will not accept any ex parte communication/ personal correspondence on a case. If you have a matter to bring to the Court's attention, please file the proper Motion with the Clerk of Court, and provide/serve a copy of said Motion to all parties and/or counsel in the case. Pro Se Litigants may go to www.mypalmbeachclerk.com to seek information on locations of Self-Help Centers and other resources to assist him/her in understanding the Court's procedures and in obtaining proper forms and information on filing the proper motion.