Clay County Clerk of Court and Comptroller

Tara S. Green

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Self-Help Center

Our courthouse and Orange Park Branch location are open to provide services to the public.  You may choose to come to our offices for in-person service or, instead, take advantage of our many online services.

As of 7/1/21, the Florida Supreme Court made changes to the rules governing the redaction of private information in certain court records.  Please make sure you are informed and following the new protocols. 

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Confidentiality Forms


As a self-represented litigant, you may be directed by your assigned judge’s judicial assistant to attend a court appearance via the Zoom app/website. If so, you’ll receive directions regarding date, time and log-in link directly from the judicial assistant. 

Zoom helps organizations – like court systems – bring people together in an interactive online environment. It is an easy, reliable cloud platform for video, voice, content sharing, and chat runs across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems.

We encourage you to use online resources instead whenever possible. Online Services – Instructions & Links

Turbo Court Links

Disclaimer:  Upon completion of any Turbo Court form, you will need to print and submit the form to our office by mail or by bringing it to the Clerk of Court’s Civil Department in the Clay County Courthouse in Green Cove Springs.   You may also submit the form via the eFiling portal.  For instructions on electronically submitting completed forms, visit

More Available Forms

More Self-Help Information from the Florida Courts

The information found on this statewide Self-Help Center page is provided for citizens who choose to be self-represented litigants.  A self-represented litigant is a person (party) who advocates on his or her own behalf before a court, rather than being represented by an attorney. These litigants are also known as pro se litigants and are most often involved in Family court matters. The right of a party to a legal action to represent his or her own cause has long been recognized in the United States. While Clerk’s Office personnel are not permitted to provide legal instruction or advice to citizens, our office can provide information on the resources available to a self-represented litigant.

Free Law Library & LexisNexis Access 

  • The Clay County Clerk’s Office houses a Law Library located inside our first floor Recording Department at the main courthouse in Green Cove Springs. Public use of the law books and online resource (Lexus Nexus database) is free and available during normal courthouse business hours.

Low Bono Program (This program is suspended as a COVID-19 precaution. We hope to restart appointments soon.)

The goal of our Low Bono Program is to lower barriers that may prevent people with moderate financial means from accessing legal services, specifically those involved in family law cases. This program is available to Clay County residents involving Clay County family law cases only, with a focus on clients representing themselves (pro se). Contact the Clerk’s Office to schedule an appointment with these local, licensed Florida attorneys at a rate of $1.00 per minute. The minimum appointment time is 30 minutes; 60 minute maximum. Clerks require the following information: client name, name of adverse party, client’s contact phone number, client email address.  Individuals are responsible for bringing full payment to their scheduled appointment time (cash only) along with all relevant documents. Appointments are held at the Clay County Courthouse, 825 N. Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs. Low Bono attorneys conduct the appointments on the first floor in the new section of the courthouse.  Call the Clerk’s Office Civil Department to schedule an appointment at (904) 269-6363.