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Flagler County Court Records

Flagler County court records refer to legal proceedings, such as cases generated and maintained by courts within the county’s judiciary. These records can be in various mediums, including typed papers, written documents, video, audio recordings, photographs, electronic files, or maps, and are generally considered part of Florida court records.

Courts and other parts of the judiciary store records of their proceedings for various reasons. More commonly, it is used as proof that legal proceedings are free and fair or as a resource for the public to familiarize themselves with the legal system.

Information from the county courts regarded as records includes general case information, depositions, docket information, opinions, rulings, judgments, schedules, and calendars. The public may acquire these records from the local circuit court or county clerk of courts.

Are Court Records Public in Flagler County?

According to the Florida Sunshine Laws, Flagler County court records are considered public records and can be accessed and copied by the public. This means that any record seekers may submit a request to the county clerk of courts to view or copy court records.

While most court records are public and open to complete access, some records may allow partial access or be fully closed from public disclosure. Listed below are a few examples of court records with full or partial restrictions under the Sunshine Laws.

  • Court records that would reveal the identity of confidential sources and informants for law enforcement
  • Any record that could identify minors who are victims of a crime such as human trafficking
  • Any court records that come under the attorney-client privilege
  • Any personal information such as bank account numbers, debit or credit card information, or social security
  • Information that could reveal the identity of undercover personnel belonging to any criminal justice agency

Record seekers may still be able to access restricted records by having the restricted parts removed or redacted before release. Florida Sunshine Law Section 119.0714 provides a comprehensive look at court records and files restricted from public view.

Flagler County Court Records Search

There are several methods available for members of the public to make a Flagler County court records search. Record seekers can search for Flagler County court records via the options listed below.

  • Visit the Flagler County Circuit court where the case was heard
  • Contact the Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller in person or by mail
  • Use the online court record search provided on the county clerk of court website
  • Various third-party records websites

Flagler County Court Records Search by Name

Searching Flagler County court records by name can be done via several options provided by the court records custodians at the county circuit court. Record seekers have the option to make their searches offline or online using the available resources.

Offline requests can be made at the Flagler County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller during office hours. While at the clerk’s office, requests can be made to staff or submitted using a written request containing the subject's name and other identifiers. The staff of the records management office at the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center will search records upon request.

Record searches cost $2 per year per name, certification costs $2 per document, and copies cost $1 per page. Types of payment accepted include cash, checks(with name imprinted), cashier’s checks, money orders, and credit or debit cards. All checks and money orders should be made payable to the clerk of courts.

Online requests can be made using the Benchmark online case management system for court records. The Case Search page allows searches by the subject’s name, case number, or citation number. To look up more extensive records, seekers can fill out and submit a Registration Agreement and obtain an account in the system.

Flagler County Courts

The Flagler County Circuit Court and county court serve as the trial courts for the county, hearing different types of court cases. Listed below are the locations of the courthouses found within Flagler County.

Flagler County Circuit Court
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
1769 East Moody Boulevard, Building 1,
Bunnell, FL 32110
Phone: (386) 313-4400


County Court of Flagler County
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
1769 East Moody Boulevard, Building 1,
Bunnell, FL 32110
Phone: (386) 313-4400

Flagler County District Court Records

In Florida, the circuit courts and county courts serve as the trial courts for the counties. Circuit courts serve an identical purpose to district courts, hearing most types of cases plus any beyond the jurisdiction of the county courts.

The Flagler County Circuit Court in Florida hears the following types of cases.

  • Criminal cases
  • Civil cases
  • Family law
  • Probate cases
  • Juvenile law
  • Mental health cases

Records of these cases are available from the records management office of the Flagler County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller.

Flagler County Criminal Records

Flagler County criminal record checks are available from local and state law enforcement. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) provide access to criminal records and background checks. While the sheriff’s office only provides local background checks for the county, record seekers can obtain a criminal record check for the entire state from the FDLE.

For a local criminal record check from Flagler County, record seekers may contact the Records Unit. The Unit can be visited in person at:

Flagler Sheriff's Operations Center
61 Sheriff EW Johnston Drive,
Bunnell, FL 32110

Requests and inquiries can also be made by calling the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office at (386) 437-4116 or emailing the request to publicrecordsrequest@flaglersheriff.com. Local criminal records checks from the sheriff’s cost $5 each.

As the central repository of criminal records for Florida, the FDLE provides several options for a criminal record check. These options are:

  • The online Instant Record Search, where record seekers can receive immediate results, is available for print or email. These records are uncertified and cost $24 plus a $1 processing fee for online card payments.
  • The Certified and Non-Certified Record Search is a more comprehensive search through the FDLE database. Multiple subjects can be included in a single request, and results will be sent to the user via options chosen during the request process. Each search costs $24, which is payable online using a credit or debit card. These requests are usually processed within three to five working days.
  • The ORI search is usually performed by government agencies using an Originating Agency Number(ORI) number. Simply put the number into the search tool to perform the search. Results will be sent to whoever is authorized by the number, and costs will vary depending on the requesting agency.

Flagler County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Flagler County criminal court case information can be obtained from the county clerk of courts and comptroller. Users can access these records in person at the office, by sending requests by mail, or by using the online case management system.

Records can be obtained by visiting the records management division on the first floor of the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center. Online records can be viewed or accessed using the Benchmark case management system. Record seekers may also mail their written requests to:

Flagler County Clerk of Court
1769 E. Moody Boulevard, Bldg. 1
Bunnell, FL 32110

Get Flagler County Civil Court Records

Records concerning civil cases, including claims, disputes, judgments, rulings, and docket information, are generated and maintained by the Flagler County Circuit Court.

Flagler County civil court records can be accessed by contacting the record management office at the Flagler County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller. Records can be obtained by visiting the office in person during working hours and providing details of the record to the staff on hand. Staff will perform the search and give the requesters any copies upon request. Record searches cost $2 for every year searched per name of record subject. Copies of any records will cost $1 per page, while certifying the record will cost $2 per document.

The Benchmark case management system is the online court record database for Flagler County. Record seekers can look up Flagler County civil court records online using the search page provided on the clerk of courts website. The online database also provides access to up-to-date court docket information. Record seekers may use the online contact form to post inquiries and receive replies via email.

Flagler County Family Court Records

Flagler County family court records refer to records of court proceedings including trial, concerning family and domestic issues. Such proceedings include divorces, annulments, legal separations, parental rights, and child issues including custody, support, and abuse.

The Flagler County Circuit Court is responsible for hearing these cases in the county while the county clerk of courts maintains records. Records can be requested in person at the records management office located at:

The Kim C. Hammond Justice Center,
1769 E. Moody Blvd,
First floor Bldg 1,
Bunnell, FL 32110.

Written record requests can also be mailed to the above address. Record seekers can also search for family court records online using the county’s Benchmark online case management system.

Record searches on Benchmark can be made using name, case number, and citation number as search criteria. Anyone with questions may contact the records division via the online contact form or by calling (386) 313-4360.

Flagler Dissolution of Marriage Records

Flagler County's dissolution of marriage records are records detailing domestic relation cases such as annulments, divorces, and other types of legal separation. These records are handled by the Flagler County Circuit Court, which handles and hears family law and domestic relation cases. These records can be accessed at the Flagler County Clerk of Courts using its offline options or by accessing the county’s Benchmark online case management system.

Flagler County Marriage and Divorce Records

Flagler County marriage and divorce records can both be obtained from the Flagler County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller. On the state level, these records can also be ordered from the Florida Bureau of Vital Statistics.

Interested parties can obtain marriage records, including certificates, in person or by submitting requests to:

Recording Division
The Flagler County Clerk of Court
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
1769 E. Moody Blvd, Bldg 1
Bunnell, FL 32110

During the marriage process, couples usually receive a single complimentary copy as part of their initial license fee. However, extra copies can be obtained for $3 a copy, $1 for the copy, plus $2 for certification of the record.

Divorce records can be obtained from the county clerk of courts in its role as custodian of court records. Divorce records can be obtained in person at the recording division or by sending a written request by mail. The comprehensive features of Flagler County’s Benchmark Case Management System also allow users to look up and access divorce records online.

Flagler County Birth and Death Records

Flagler birth and death records can be obtained from the Flagler County Branch of the Florida Department of Health. In Florida, birth, death, and marriage records are called vital records and are very useful when determining a person’s age, identity, and citizenship. Death records, specifically “cause of death” information, only become public records 50 years following the death. Birth records, in contrast become public after 125 years. Until then Birth records can only be issued to the registrant(if of legal age), their parents, and legal guardians or representatives. Death records with the cause of death information can only be issued to the deceased immediate family members and any family members who provide proof of legitimate interest in the deceased estate.

Record seekers may complete and submit the appropriate Birth Record or Death Record application form to request these certificates. The forms can be returned to the department in person at the physical location at 200 Dr. Carter Boulevard Bunnell, FL 32110. They can also be submitted using the department mailing address, which is:

Office of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 847
Bunnell, FL 32110

During requests, record seekers will be required to provide valid photo identification such as a driver's license, state ID, Military ID, or an International Passport. Birth records from Flagler County cost $15 for the first and $7 for every extra copy ordered simultaneously. Death records conversely cost $10 each. Payment can be made via cash, checks, visa, or MasterCard.

Anybody with questions or inquiries may contact the Flagler Department of Health by emailing their questions to chd18webmaster@flheath.gov at (386) 586-2164 ext 7133.

Flagler County Probate Court Records

Flagler County probate records are records of probate court cases heard in Flagler County. Such records include documentation of wills, trusts, estates, guardianships, and other probate matters heard in the courts. Record seekers can access these records from the Flagler County Circuit Court and the Flagler County Clerk of Court and Comptroller.

Record requests can be made in person at the clerk of court office or by mailing a written request identifying the records by mail to:

Recording Division
The Flagler County Clerk of Court
Kim C. Hammond Justice Center
1769 E. Moody Blvd, Bldg 1
Bunnell, FL 32110

Record searches cost $2 per year per record, copies cost $1 per page. Certification of any record costs $2 per document.

The Clerk of Courts office also provides online record access using their Benchmark case management system.

Flagler County Property Records

Flagler County property records are records of transactions that involve real and tangible property in the county. Deeds, bills of sale, agreements, liens, mortgages, leases, releases, and judgments are among the types of documents recorded during these transactions. The Flagler County Clerk of Courts is responsible for recording and maintaining records of these documents.

Record seekers can access and copy these records using online and offline methods available from the Flagler County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller.

Property records can be obtained offline by visiting the clerk of courts and comptroller's office in person or by sending in a mailed request to the recording division. The records division also provides public access computers on the first floor of the Kim C. Hammond Justice Center, 1769 E. Moody Blvd, Bldg 1, Bunnell, FL 32110. Copies of the records cost $1 per page plus a $2 search fee. Certifying any record will cost an additional $2 fee per document. Record seekers can pay for records and services with cash, checks (with name imprinted), cashier’s checks, money orders, and credit/debit cards. Checks and money orders should all be made payable to the Flagler County Clerk of Courts.

To access these records online, interested parties may use the Official Records Search database. Apart from the quick search option, record searches can be made using names, document types, record dates, and case numbers as search criteria.

Flagler County Court Records Online

Flagler County court records can be viewed and requested online using resources from government or third-party record websites like Floridacourtrecords.us. These third-party websites are maintained by private companies and individuals who gather public records from various sources, including the government, and compile them into large databases.

These records are quite convenient to use as records from multiple sources or jurisdictions may be accessed from the comfort of a single location like a home or office. The record seeker simply requires a decent internet connection and an internet-capable device.

Although third-party websites are generally user-friendly, they usually come with a subscription fee. Information on them may also not be the most accurate as not all information is from an official source.

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  • Bankruptcies
  • Tax & Property Liens
  • Civil Judgements
  • Federal Dockets
  • Probate Records
  • Marriage Records
  • Divorce Records
  • Death Records
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  • Business Ownership
  • Professional Licenses
  • And More!