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Monroe County Probate Court


Inheritance Law > US Probate Courts > Florida > Monroe County Probate Court

Monroe County, Florida Probate Court: Sixteenth Judicial Circuit

Population 73,090
County Seat Key West

This page will provide you with the following:

Links to the Monroe County probate court's website, the address, a map and a phone number to call to get more information.

You'll also find links to:

  • frequently asked questions about Florida probate,
  • probate forms and fees for Monroe County,
  • land records office locations for Monroe County.

Where to file?

Where do I file a petition for probate in Monroe County, Florida?

In the Florida Court system, probate is handled by the "Circuit Courts"

The Circuit Court for Monroe County:

NAME OF COURT:

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit

WEB ADDRESS:

http://www.keyscourts.net/

PHONE:

Key West: (305) 292-3423

Marathon: (305) 289-6030

Tavernier: (305) 852-7145

ADDRESS:

Key West Courthouse
Freeman Justice Center
302 Fleming St.

Tel. (305) 292-3423
Fax: (305) 292-3435

Marathon Courthouse
3117 Overseas Highway
Marathon, FL 33050

Tel.: (305) 289-6030
Fax: (305) 289-6089
Clerk's Fax: (305) 289-1745

Plantation Key Government Center
88820 Overseas Highway
Tavernier, FL. 33070

Tel.: (305) 852-7145
Clerk's Fax: (305) 852-7146

MAP:

GoogleMap

FAQ/SELF-HELP INFO FOR PROBATE

STATE INFO

Florida Courts Self Help Materials for Probate:

http://www.flcourts.org/resources-and-services/family-courts/family-law-self-help-information/probate.stml

FORMS & FEES

STATE

Florida Probate Forms, for use in all of Florida

Florida Probate Forms:

http://www.flcourts.org/resources-and-services/family-courts/family-law-self-help-information/probate.stml

 

Monroe County PROBATE FEES:

Monroe County, Florida probate fees information:

LAND RECORDS

Where can I check county land records?

In order to transfer ownership of real property after someone dies, you need to find the last recorded property deed. A county land records office is the place to research and request such deeds.

STATE LAND RECORDS OFFICE

http://www.stateofflorida.com/Portal/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=51

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