• Defending The Public Trust.

    The role and duties of the Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller are established by the Florida Constitution Article VIII, Section 1.

    This office serves the public not only as the Clerk of the Circuit Court, but in acting as in independent County Auditor, recorder, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, and custodian of all county funds.

    In these roles, the Clerk provides transparency and accountability by ensuring that County funds are lawfully spent, and that Court and County records are available to the public.

    Through these services, the Clerk of the Circuit Court County Comptroller is both a Constitutional Officer and an Officer of the Court, providing some of the checks and balances necessary for the proper functioning of democracy.

    Thank you for putting your trust in me.

    Kelvin Soto, Esq.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court & County Comptroller
    Osceola County, Florida

    Kelvin Soto Esq.
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    Online Appointment

    The Osceola Clerk is now offering appointment times to pay your civil traffic citation or for family law matters, excluding injunctions. Once the appointment is scheduled, a confirmation email will be sent which will include instructions for checking in.
    We request that customers arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment so they have enough time to go through security and check in.
    Customers that arrive 10 minutes after their scheduled time may be required to reschedule their visit.

    For further information or questions about online appointments for civil traffic citations, contact the Traffic Department at (407) 742-3566 and for family law matters, contact the Domestic Department at (407) 742 3492.


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    Current Wait Times

    Current wait times for the various services located at your Osceola County Courthouse.

    Running on a tight schedule?

    Soon we will be launching CourtPass™, a new and faster way to schedule your appointments.

Make a Payment Online

Traffic and Criminal Court Online Payments

Online payments are made available through our partner website, nCourt. You may click on the button below to be taken to their website to complete your payment, or by telephone at 1-888-912-1534.

Make Online Payment

Partial Payment Plan Available

The Clerk’s Office is now accepting partial payments for non-criminal traffic citations upon entering a 90-day payment plan. A one-time non-refundable administrative fee of $25.00 and the first month's payment, plus any applicable late fees are due at the time of enrollment, along with a completed Payment Plan Agreement. For more details, call our Traffic Division at 407-742-3566 or to download the Payment Plan Agreement form, just click the button below.

Payment Plan Application


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What if I don't have my citation number?

A: Use our Search Records area to look up your citation number.

Q: What happens if I am late with my citation payment?

A: If you are past your due date on your citation, it is possible your driver's license has been suspended. Making your payment right away is the best way to get your license cleared.

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July 2021 List of Unclaimed Funds Available

Kelvin Soto, Esq., Osceola Clerk of the Circuit Court, announces that the annual list of unclaimed funds issued by the Clerk’s Office is now available in accordance with Florida Statute 116.21.

Click Here to download the claim form.
Click Here to download a list of unclaimed funds.


Know Your Court

Know Your Court

Financial limits are changing


Financial Reports
Fiscal Year 2021
Fiscal Year 2020
Fiscal Year 2019
Fiscal Year 2018
Fiscal Year 2017
Fiscal Year 2016
Fiscal Year 2015
Fiscal Year 2014
Fiscal Year 2013
Fiscal Year 2012

Financial Transparency

What exactly is Financial Transparency?

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, one of the definitions of "transparency" is "characterized by visibility or accessibility of information especially concerning business practices".

The Clerk of the Court wishes to make sure the County Courthouse's Financial Reports are made public as soon as they are available.