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We're excited to announce the Clerk's office is launching a newly redesigned website in the coming weeks. The user-friendly website will provide you with easier access to our most popular services using your desktop or mobile device. You'll be able to easily view and e-file court documents, make payments, request public records, submit tips to our Inspector General and more. The robust website will also provide citizens with more valuable information about court services, county finances, and local resources. It's all part of our commitment to providing you with enhanced access to justice and greater transparency in government.
Clerk Doggett opened the county's first Self-Help Center on April 18 with special guests Court Administrator Scott Wilsker and Tax Collector Larry Hart. The center assists people wishing to represent themselves in civil court and is equipped with computers to allow citizens to file civil actions. Customers can also schedule appointments for low-cost attorney consultations at only $1 per minute. 

Local dignitaries from the Sheriff's Office, Lee County Bar Association, Florida Rural Legal Services, and the 20th Judicial Circuit were also present for the grand opening.
The Lee County Clerk's office was once again named a Best Workplace for Commuters by the National Center for Transit Research. More than 200 employers nationwide received the honor, and the Lee County Clerk's office is the only Clerk's office in the entire country to earn the award in 2018.

To receive the award, employers must provide employees with access to commuter-friendly programs, such as discounted transit passes, telework, secure bicycle storage, and emergency ride home programs.
Clerk Doggett welcomed students from Estero High School's Leadership Academy to our Jury Assembly Room in March. The students learned about the many statutory duties designated to the Clerk's office, including administering jury service for our courts. 
Representatives from our Recording Department recently participated in Passports & Pancakes, a global panel discussion featuring educators and travel enthusiasts. More than 100 people attended the event to learn about travel while dining on a delicious pancake breakfast. Our clerks answered questions about passports and provided attendees with passport applications. D onations collected at the event benefited the Quality Life Center's Teen Program, which among other things, assists young people in applying for passports.


Save the Dates for our 2018 free legal clinics presented by Florida Rural Legal Services. For more information, email Rita Miller at
  • Small Claims Court Clinic, May 1, 10 a.m. at the Clerk's Office
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