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Volusia County Court Records

Volusia court records are official records of judicial proceedings filed and maintained by court clerks. Court records generally include documents like notices of petition, warrants, sworn declarations, motions, pleadings, transcripts, log notes, audio and video recordings of legal proceedings, electronic recordings, affidavits, final judgments, and associated materials maintained by the court in a judicial proceeding in Volusia County, Florida.

Court records play a huge role in pursuing fairness, transparency, and justice in court proceedings. The transcripts, audio, and video recordings of a trial, for example, preserve the words said in the courtroom verbatim. The public nature of court records ensures balance in the judicial system and serves as a precedent for future court cases in Florida.

Are Court Records Public in Volusia County?

Yes. In line with Rule 2.420, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, the public shall have access to all records of the judicial arm of government, irrespective of form, created, received, or filed in the official business of any judicial branch of government. Such records are explicitly stated in section (b) as court and administrative records.

This right of access is, however, not absolute. Information contained within a court record may be exempt from public disclosure under the Rule of Judicial Administration or pursuant to an order of the court, the Constitution of Florida, or other state or federal laws. Rule 2.420 (c) provides that the following court records shall be confidential:

  • Copies of arrest and search warrants and accompanying affidavits in possession of a judge, clerk, or other court staff until the warrant is executed or becomes incapable of execution.
  • All records listed as confidential under state and federal laws and Florida or the United States Constitution.
  • All records deemed confidential by an order of the court.
  • All records where confidentiality is mandated to prevent interference with judicial proceedings and law enforcement investigations.
  • Records that may endanger the safety and privacy of an innocent person if released.
  • Records that protect industrial property rights and government interests.

Volusia County Court Records Search

Residents and other curious persons can find Volusia County court records at:

  • The Volusia County Courthouse, where the case was held
  • The office of the circuit court clerk
  • The Circuit Court’s Online Case Management System
  • Florida District Court of Appeal Online Docket
  • Third-party public records websites.

Volusia County Court Records Search by Name

To search for Volusia County court records by name, the searcher must know the business name or the plaintiff/defendant's first, last, and middle name. When researchers have this information, they may search online or fill out a form at the courthouse or court clerk’s office to find the needed case information.

Individuals who prefer to search online can find criminal or civil case types using the Volusia Circuit Court case inquiry system. Besides searching by name, the cases inquiry system lets users search by case number, case type, case category, status (closed, pending, inactive, pending, transferred), citation number, filing date range, offense date, and date of birth.

An advantage of online court case information is that it is free. However, significant portions of a court record may be redacted to protect sensitive information. More extensive copies of court records will be available upon request at the office of the originating court clerk, depending on availability and the nature of the record (whether it is subject to non-disclosure laws).

Requesters wishing to obtain official or certified copies of court documents may visit or contact the county court by written mail or email. Anyone can get a copy of public records in the custody of the court clerk.

Volusia County Courts

The Volusia County court system consists of multiple courts, including the circuit, family, and criminal courts. All the courts in Volusia County are under the Seventh Judicial Circuit Courts of Florida. Below are the addresses of courts in Volusia County.

Volusia County and Circuit Court
101 North Alabama Avenue
DeLand, FL 32724
Phone: (386) 736-5915
Fax: (386) 822-5711

Volusia County Family Court
Daytona Beach Courthouse Annex
125 East Orange Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 248-8182
Fax: (386) 257-6039

Volusia County Circuit Court
S. James Foxman Justice Center
251 North Ridgewood Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 239-7780

Volusia County Circuit Court
S. James Foxman Justice Center
251 North Ridgewood Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 239-7750
Fax: (386) 239-7752

Volusia County Courthouse Extension
2400 South Ridgewood Avenue
South Daytona, FL 32119
Phone: (386) 736-5915

Volusia County Circuit Court Case Search

The courts in Volusia County are classified under the Seventh Judicial Circuit Courts of Florida. The Circuit Courts have various departments that handle different actions and cases, for example:

  • Civil: Civil actions between private individuals and businesses with a value over $50,000 (including real property suits, medical negligence, and contract disputes).
  • Child Support: Enforces payment and maintenance of court-ordered child support payment.
  • Criminal: Felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic citations.
  • Family Law: Matters concerning the dissolution of marriage, annulment, child custody, adoption, and other domestic relations cases.
  • Probate and guardianship, marriage, foreclosure, small claims, and evictions.

The circuit court clerk records all documents, papers, orders, and instruments relating to such legal proceedings. All members of the public can access Volusia circuit court records and download unofficial copies online through the Clerk of the Circuit Courts' Case Management System. This system gives the searcher access to various court records, including appeals, circuit court civil and juvenile records, county civil records, family law records, criminal case records, probate, and non-criminal infraction records.

Note that not all case information will be available online. Parts of a Volusia court record may be redacted to protect confidential or sensitive information. Hence, online court records may not be complete and unofficial. Nonetheless, interested persons can send a written request to the court clerk's mailing address to purchase official and certified copies of a court record.

Alternatively, a Lee County circuit court case search may be performed at the public access terminals at the County Courthouse’s Recording Division. Depending on the form of request, service charges may apply. The official custodians may charge for the cost of their labor plus the cost to produce a page of the document. The requester can pay the required service fees by mail using a check or money order payable to the Clerk of the Court or pay online using a debit or credit card with VolusiaClerkPayments.com or MyFloridaCounty.com.

Volusia County and Circuit Court
Recording Division
Room A121
101 North Alabama Avenue
DeLand, FL 32724
Phone: (386) 736-5915

Mailing Address:

Volusia County Clerk of Circuit Court
P.O. Box 6043
DeLand, FL 32721-6043.

Volusia County District Court Records

The Volusia County and Circuit Court is under Florida's Fifth District Court of Appeal. As a Fifth District Court of Appeal, it reviews the decisions of other courts in the county, and either gives a new ruling on the issue or upholds the prior decision of the judges. This court functions as both a county court and a circuit so that it can adjudicate on matters ordinarily within the original jurisdiction of trial courts.

For example, this court can hear felonies, juvenile delinquency, small claims, misdemeanors, and traffic infractions. Florida District Appellate Court records can be accessed through the Florida District Courts of Appeal Online Docket search website. Interested persons may look up district court records by case number, party or attorney name, lower tribunal case/county, and filing date.

Volusia County Criminal Records

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) maintains a central database for criminal records. Individuals can find Volusia County Criminal Records using the Instant Search, Certified/Non-Certified Search, or ORI Search features. Criminal history information is publicly available in Florida. Each search costs $24 plus a $1 card processing fee, which must be paid online with a credit or debit card.

The Instant Florida Criminal History Search is available to all members of the public, and it provides search results immediately; however, the document will not be certified. The Certified/Non-Certified Search Criminal History Search can only be performed by a member of FDLE with the information provided by the requester. The result will be notarized and sent to the applicant by mail. Certification takes six to seven business days, while non-certified records are processed in five business days. Please note that processing time does not include the delivery time frame.

Additionally, interested persons may contact the Volusia County Division of Corrections or the Sheriff’s Office to inquire about offenders in law enforcement custody or offenders serving jail terms. The Volusia Division Of Corrections maintains an Inmate Information site to keep a public record of all persons incarcerated in prisons and jails within the County.

Volusia County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The Volusia County circuit court clerk provides public online access to criminal court case records. Researchers can harness the criminal event inquiry search tool and find criminal court case records by searching by court officer name, event type (arraignment, criminal hearing, pre-trial, jail arraignment, first appearance, plea-day, et cetera), and event date.

Get Volusia County Civil Court Records

Members of the public can obtain Volusia County civil court records from the circuit or county courthouse where the case was filed. They can also visit the recording division of the courthouse to search for or purchase civil court records on the public access terminal in person.

Individuals who wish to retrieve court records physically are advised to call the office lines and find out the availability of the record sought, ID requirements, copying and certification feed, COVID regulations, and other rules for in-person visitors.

Another option is to search for records online using the case records management system. This database contains civil case records of circuit and county courts, including small claims, probate, family law matters, mental health-related suits, professional negligence suits, class action suits, contract disputes, tenancy, and eviction actions.

Volusia County Family Court Records

The Volusia County family court adjudicates on family law matters like child custody, divorce, annulment, dissolution of marriage, adoption, paternity, adoption, injunctions for protection, domestic violence, termination of parental rights, domestic relations, sexual violence, administrative paternity and support, and child support. Family law court records may not be available online in the case records management system, especially to unregistered users. Registered users may only access such documents if they are legal representatives of the parties, persons named in the records, parents, or guardians.

Volusia Dissolution of Marriage Records

Volusia County's dissolution of marriage records include documents relating to divorce, annulment, a judgment of dissolution of marriage, and final judgments and orders. These records are part of family law records and can be accessed at any courthouse with jurisdiction over family law matters and the Florida Department of Health.

Volusia County Marriage and Divorce Records

Concerned persons can order a copy of the dissolution of marriage certificate from the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics. A copy of the final judgment may be obtained from the issuing courthouse. Requests for Volusia marriage and divorce records may only be granted to a person not named on the document where they can prove a legal relationship or significant relationship to a party on the record.

Requests may be sent to the circuit court clerk via mail or online using the court clerks’ case management site. Like every other record, such a request will attract a standard copying fee ($0.5 per page).

One may also order a certificate of dissolution of marriage from the Bureau of Vital Statistics through a mail order system or at their physical address. Simply complete and submit the Application for Dissolution of Marriage Form. Regardless of the mode of submission, be sure to provide the full name of the spouses on the record, the date, and the country of dissolution. The applicant must include their full name, mailing address, phone number, signature, and the nature of the relationship to the person on the record.

For walk-in clients, the Bureau is open to visitors from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Also, all orders for certificates dated 1970 till present take a 3 - 5 days processing time. All applications must include a $5 search fee (to cover an official copy), $4 for any additional copies, $10 for express service(if desired), and a $1 shipping and handling fee. Walk-in requesters must pay in cash, check, money order, Visa, and Mastercard.

Bureau of Vital Statistics
1217 North Pearl Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Mailing Address:

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

Volusia Birth and Death Records

Volusia County birth certificates are confidential records. Hence, they may only be issued to the parents or guardians named on the certificate or the record subject. On the other hand, death certificates may be issued to anyone provided that the cause of death is not listed and the first five digits of the social security number are redacted on the certificate. Otherwise, it may only be issued to the deceased’s spouse, parent, children, grandchild, or sibling (up to or over 18), anyone who has proof of interest in their estate, an executor/administrator of his will, or it will be issued by legal order.

The Florida Department of Health and Bureau of Vital Statistics issues Volusia death and birth records. Interested persons may obtain birth and death records in Volusia County by visiting the Vital Statistics Office in person during business hours. Alternatively, they may complete the applicable application form and mail it to the Vital Statistics Office along with payment for the applicable fees.

Physical Address:

Florida Department of Health in Volusia County
1845 Holsonback Drive
Phone: (386) 274-0500

Mailing Address:

Office of Vital Statistics - Bin #102
P.O. Box 9190
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Phone: (386) 274-0614

Volusia County Probate Court Records

The probate court enforces and oversees the execution and administration of an estate, testator’s will, or guardianship, restoration proceedings, and other probate petitions. The circuit court clerk is the county's official custodian of probate records. Volusia County probate records are confidential. Hence, the information available online may be limited. Only legal representatives, administrative or executors of the estate, or persons with a legitimate interest in the estate can access such records (beneficiary under a trust, devisee, or creditor).

Volusia County Property Records

Volusia County property records include foreclosures, deeds, mortgages, and mortgage assignments. The type of property-related information contained in these records may range from ownership information, parcel details, site address, maps, legal description of the property, property appraisal reports, estimated property value, tax records, exemptions to sales history, and encumbrances.

The Volusia County Property Appraiser provides property information on both real and personal property. Property records in Volusia County may be accessed at the Volusia County Property Appraiser’s website or by submitting an official record inquiry online on the clerk of the circuit court website. If the information available online is not comprehending, one can send a record request via mail or visit the county courthouse in person.

123 West Indiana Avenue
Room 102
DeLand, FL 32720
Email: vcpa@volusia.org
Phone: (386) 736-5901

Exemption/Records Division:

Phone: (386) 736-5901
Email: CAbercrombie@volusia.org.

Volusia County Court Records Online

Third-party, public record search tools are an alternative means to find Volusia County court records online. Third-party sites like courtrecords.us are independent service providers that compile information from multiple sources, including Volusia courts. However, they are not government-affiliated. Unlike county websites, third-party sites catalog court records and other public records from multiple jurisdictions in the US and make them accessible to users in and out of Florida.

A third-party search site is an excellent place to begin research when determining what county or court has jurisdiction over a record. This is because the researcher can set his search options to all courts in the state rather than a search limited to one municipality or jurisdiction. To obtain a court record, the searcher must at least know the party's full name and the county or state where the case or judgment was given.

Although third-party sites are a great search tool, they are often expensive. They can cost as much as $0.10 to view a page, $2.50 for an audio file, and $20 - $30 for a single document copy. Also, the information on these sites may be incomplete, inaccurate, or outdated.

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