When emailing us, please make sure to include the following information:
- First name
- Last name
- Phone number
- Comments - please include case number, if appropriate, and a brief description of your question or concern
If your email relates to the following department/subject matter, please use the corresponding email address:
- County or Circuit Civil (including foreclosures, evictions, and small claims): CivilDepartment@marioncountyclerk.org
- Criminal/Collections: Criminal@marioncountyclerk.org
- Domestic Support: DomesticSupportDepartment@marioncountyclerk.org
- Domestic Violence: DomesticViolenceDept@marioncountyclerk.org
- Family Civil: FamilyDepartment@marioncountyclerk.org
- Guardianship: ProbateDepartment@marioncountyclerk.org
- Jury Duty (including questions regarding summonses or excusals): JuryAssemblyRoom@marioncountyclerk.org
- Juvenile Delinquency: JuvenileDelinquency@marioncountyclerk.org
- Juvenile Dependency: DependencyClerks@marioncountyclerk.org
- Official Records/Recording: OfficialRecords@marioncountyclerk.org
- Probate/Mental Health: ProbateDepartment@marioncountyclerk.org
- Traffic: TrafficForms@marioncountyclerk.org
If your email relates to a department or issue not addressed above, please email email@example.com.
Filing by Email Not Permitted
Pursuant to the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, the Office of the Marion County Clerk of Court and Comptroller is not allowed to accept documents by email for filing in court cases. Additionally, we neither accept nor forward communications to a judge’s office. Therefore, we take no action on document(s) submitted to our office via email without prior authorization.
Interested parties may file document(s) in court cases using one of the following three methods:
1. In-person – Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm at the Marion County Courthouse, ______________ Department, Room _______.
2. By mail – Marion County Clerk of Court and Comptroller, ___________ Department, P.O. Box 1030, Ocala, Florida 34478.
3. By electronic filing through the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal. Using the E-Filing Portal is fast, easy, and free. To register for an account, please visit www.myflcourtaccess.com/default.aspx [external link]. To access the E-Filing Portal user manual, which includes links to video tutorials for self-represented litigants, please visit https://www.myflcourtaccess.com/authority/e-Filing_Authority/Resources/Manuals/Manuals_2020/Portal_E-Filer_User_Manual_Sept2020.pdf [external link].
***If filing in-person or by mail, please CLICK HERE to determine the appropriate department and room number***