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Collier County Court Records

Collier court records provide official documentation on court proceedings and events pertaining to court administration. Such records may exist in different formats, such as audio recordings, written notes, and photographs.

Collier County court records play an important role in legal issues and ensure transparency in the court’s conduct. Legal representatives and researchers can also utilize these records for research purposes and as case references. In addition, court records provide background information about individuals, assets, or entities. Interested parties may find and view the following information in a Collier County court record:

  • Case number and status
  • Case party's names
  • Case filing date
  • Case type
  • Docket entries

Note: Court documents may contain specific data, depending on the case type and offense involved.

Are Court Records Public in Collier County, Florida?

Collier County's court records are public documents according to the Florida Sunshine Law. The law governs the storage, maintenance, and disclosure of court documents. Most importantly, it exempts certain court documents from public access. The Sunshine Law generally redacts confidential data, such as court documents concerning minors and crime victims.

Also, the law empowers record custodians to store and release certain public records. Under the Sunshine Law, the court clerks in Collier County are the primary custodians of court documents generated within the county. Interested parties can access these records from the county clerks via the available request options.

Collier County Court Records Search

A general search for Collier County court records may involve using these request options: email, online, or in-person. The Collier County's Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller maintains a unified search database for online court records. In contrast, you may request via email or in-person to get physical copies of the county court documents.

Collier County Court Records Search by Name

Collier County's Clerk of Courts allows name-based searches for court records via online, email, or in-person requests. To search online, requesters must use the unified search portal and input the case party's name. You may also request it via email by sending the record subject's name to the addresses below:

  • Civilhelp@collierclerk.com (to obtain civil, probate, or family law records)
  • Criminalhelp@collierclerk.com (to access criminal or traffic records)

Alternatively, record seekers may opt to conduct name searches in person at the circuit court in Collier County.

Note: It costs $1 and $2 for photocopies and certified copies of court documents, respectively. The clerk of the courts may send a fee estimation and provide available payment options.

Collier County Courts

Collier County is home to a circuit court and county court. These courts oversee county criminal, civil, traffic, and probate court cases.

Collier County Circuit Court
3315 Tamiami Trail East
Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-2646

Collier County County Court
3315 Tamiami Trail East
Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-2646

Collier County District Court Records

There are no district courts in Collier County. Instead, the county circuit court is equivalent to the district court. It oversees court cases, including civil, criminal, traffic, family, and probate cases.

Furthermore, the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller maintain all records generated by the circuit court. The clerk allows online or offline access to court records. Requesters using the online option may use the clerk’s online search tool or send an email request.

Note: All mail requests must contain the case party's name and enough data about the sought court documents. In addition, requesters must include a government-issued ID when seeking confidential court records.

The circuit court clerk also allows in-person requests for court documents. Record seekers must visit the court clerk within business hours at this address:

Collier County Circuit Court
3315 Tamiami Trail East
Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-2646

Collier County Criminal Records

Collier County criminal records are publicly accessible. Interested parties can find these records at the Collier County Sheriff's Office.

As the custodian of criminal records, the Sheriff's Office maintains an online request portal where interested parties can make requests, track requests, and view criminal records. You can access Collier County criminal records via the search portal by taking these steps:

  1. Visit the County Sheriff's Public Records Center
  2. Select the “Criminal Background/Arrest Check Request” button
  3. Create an account or log in to an existing one.
  4. Fill out the required search details and wait until the sheriff's office processes the request.

Requesters can use the “My Request Center” to track pending requests, make payments, and download public records.

In addition, the county sheriff allows mail requests for criminal records. To receive the records via mail request, record seekers must follow these steps:

  1. Write a request letter and include the record subject’s name and birth date
  2. Attach a $5 check or money order for the background search fee
  3. Send these documents in a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Collier County Sheriff's Office
Attn: Central Records Bureau
3319 Tamiami Trail East
Naples, Florida 34112

Collier County arrest records are also available at the sheriff’s office. You may access Collier arrest records via the above-listed options.

Note: It costs $2 to get criminal reports that are less than nine pages. For reports above nine pages, you will pay an additional $0.15 and $0.20 per single and double-sided pages, respectively.

Collier County Criminal Court Case Lookup

In Collier County, the circuit court clerk maintains online and offline access to criminal court case information. To view criminal case data online, you must input one of these search details:

  • Case number
  • Citation number
  • Case party’s name
  • Case filing date
  • Court type

In contrast, you may send a request via email to criminalhelp@collierclerk.com. The request must contain details, such as the case number or case party’s names.

The circuit court clerk may accept in-person requests for criminal court records. So, visit the court clerk during business hours at the address below:

Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
3315 Tamiami Trail East
Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-7531

Get Collier County Civil Court Records

Civil court records generally provide information on civil lawsuits or disputes. Examples of civil court records include small claims, unlimited or limited general civil, liens, and civil equity cases.

Collier County’s circuit court clerk is the designated custodian for civil court records. Furthermore, the court clerk allows online or offline access to court records. For example, you can view civil court records on the clerk’s online search portal. In addition, you may get online copies of civil court records via email requests at civilhelp@collierclerk.com.

In-person requests are also an alternative option for obtaining Collier County civil court records. To obtain records via this option, requesters must visit the court clerk during business hours.

Note: The court clerk will redact sensitive civil court information, such as financial data, from public view. Only the record subject and authorized parties can request and get confidential court records in Collier County.

Collier County Family Court Records

Collier County does not have a designated family court. However, the Collier County Circuit Court handles all family-related court cases via the Family Law Division. Cases under its jurisdiction include dissolution of marriage, name change, adoption, paternity, domestic violence, and child support.

How do I obtain family court records in Collier County?

Step 1: Determine if you are eligible to obtain the record.

The court clerk will only release confidential family court records to legally-eligible persons, such as the record subject, close relatives, and legal representatives of the record subject.

Step 2: Choose your preferred mode of accessing the record

The circuit court clerk accepts email or in-person requests for family court records. It also enables online access to court documents via a searchable database.

Step 3: Make an in-person or email request

To get Collier County family records through email, record seekers must send a request to civilhelp@collierclerk.com. The request must provide enough data about the sought documents.

Step 4: Pay the required search fee

The circuit court clerk will charge fees for copying the court record. You may pay more for certified copies of family court records.

Collier Dissolution of Marriage Records

In Collier County, record seekers can obtain dissolution of marriage records by contacting the circuit court clerk's office. The clerk provides access to all divorce cases filed at the family division. So, interested parties may view divorce records online or send an email request to the clerk at civilhelp@collierclerk.com.

The Florida Department of Health, via the Bureau of Vital Statistics, provides an alternative option for accessing Collier County divorce records. The agency keeps records of divorce certificates from June 6, 1927, until the present.

Interested parties can obtain divorce records by making in-person or mail requests to the agency. The request must contain a completed request letter and a $5 search fee. Next, requesters may opt to send the form via mail or in person to:

Mailing address

Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, Fl 32231-0042

Physical address

1217 North Pearl Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202.

For mail based requests, you must include the search fee as a money order or check payable to “Vital Statistics”.

Collier County Marriage and Divorce Records

Collier County’s clerk of courts keeps records of all marriage licenses or divorce cases filed at the circuit court. Furthermore, the clerk’s office allows online access to these records. For example, Collier County marriage records are obtainable via the clerk’s land records search portal. On the other hand, divorce records are available in the court case database.

Interested parties can access online copies of marriage and divorce records by inputting the required search details. The clerk of courts also allows walk-in requests for marriage records at the address below:

Conversely, copies of Collier County marriage certificates are obtainable via the state’s Bureau of Vital Statistics. Record seekers can request copies of marriage records via these steps:

  1. Download and fill out the marriage certificate request form
  2. Next, include a $5 search fee.
  3. Send these documents in person or via mail to the Bureau of Vital Statistics at:

Physical address

1217 North Pearl Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Mailing address

Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, Fl 32231-0042

Collier Birth and Death Records

The Florida Department of Health in Collier County is the custodian of birth and death records from 1930 and 2009, respectively. Death records created before 2019 are available at the state’s Bureau of Vital Statistics.

That said, Collier County vital records, such as birth and death records, contain confidential information that is not publicly accessible. For example, the Department of Health will disclose the cause of death to eligible requesters. The FS 382.025 defines eligible requesters as close family relations or persons with a legal interest in the record.

Conversely, Collier County birth certificates are only accessible to the record subject, family relations, and persons with a legal interest in the records.

To obtain Collier County birth records, requesters must fill out the application for birth records. In addition to the form, they must attach a $12 fee as a money order. Requesters must also include a valid government ID and send all the documents via mail or in person to:

3339 Tamiami Trail East
Building H
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-8205

Collier County death certificates are accessible via mail or walk-in requests. Follow these steps to obtain the record:

  • Download and fill out the application for Collier County death record
  • Include a $10 search fee. Ensure it is a money order or check if using the mail request option.
  • Also, attach a valid government ID and send the request in person or via mail to:

3339 Tamiami Trail East
Building H
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-8205

Collier County Probate Court Records

The Collier County Circuit Court oversees all probate cases in the county. Furthermore, the county’s clerk is the designated record custodian of probate cases, such as guardianships, wills and estates, and name changes.

Interested parties can obtain probate court records via the court clerk’s Official/Land Record search portal. Conversely, requesters may obtain the records in person at the circuit courthouse.

Collier County Property Records

Collier County’s circuit court clerk is the custodian of all property-related records. Property records under its purview include plat information, property liens, mortgages, deeds, and assignment of mortgages.

That said, interested parties can find property records by using the clerk’s online searchable portal. Requesters must select the document type and input other search details to obtain the record. An alternative request option is to visit the clerk of the circuit court at this location:

Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
3315 Tamiami Trail East 
Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-7531

Collier County Court Records Online

Third-party search sites like courtrecords.us provide online copies of Collier court records. The sites may feature one or more types of court records in their database. Record seekers may opt for these sites since they are generally more convenient to use. Most third-party sites have an easy-to-use interface and don’t require login details. Furthermore, out-of-state requesters can easily access these sites.

Nevertheless, third-party sites are not a substitute for government-owned or official sites. Unlike official sites, third-party sites may contain outdated or inaccurate court data.

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