Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court
Civil Department – Appeals
3315 Tamiami Trail East, Ste. 102
Naples, FL 34112-5324
Phone: (239) 252-2646
Email: Appeals



Appeals Forms

Form Information Links
Designation of Current Mailing and E-Mail Address This form is used to inform the court of a change of address and/or e-mail address so the Court may sent notices and correspondence to you. Click Here
Designation of E-Mail Address Not Represented By an Attorney

Pursuant to Fla. R. Gen. Prac. & Jud. Admin. 2.516(b)(1)(D) prose or self-represented litigants are required to provide an email address in which they are a party.

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Notice of Change of Address or E-Mail Address This form is required to keep the clerk’s office and any opposing party or parties notified of current mailing address or e-mail address. Click Here
Notice of Confidential Information in Court Filing This form is used when filing a document that contains confidential information. Complete and submit this form to notify the Clerk of confidential information being filed in the court file pursuant to Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.420(d). Click Here
Request To Be Excused from E-Mail Service This form is to be used for requests to be excused pursuant to Fla. R. Gen. Prac. & Jud. Admin. 2.516(b)(1)(D) from the requirements of e- mail service because you are not represented by an attorney, do not have an e-mail account, or do not have regular access to the internet. Click Here
Affidavit of Criminal Indigent Status An Affidavit of Criminal Indigent Status is used to request that a Public Defender be appointed to your case. There is a $50.00 application fee. Click Here

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