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Fort Myers, Orlando and Tampa Divisions
Submission of electronic proposed orders for judges in the Fort Myers, Orlando and Tampa divisions must be submitted via this link: https://pacer.flmb.uscourts.gov/orders/login.asp

Use your CM/ECF login to enter the site. This web page is a functional form that will direct your orders to the correct recipient as well as automatically name the attached order(s) to the standard format currently used. It is not necessary for you to follow the naming guidelines of proposed orders when using this on-line form. The naming process automatically occurs with the aid of drop down menus and gathers the information you enter and select. However, you must still use the standard guidelines for preparing an order.

The system will also allow you to track your order through the process and, you may check on an order's status at anytime.

Guidelines for submitting proposed orders for Fort Myers/Tampa

Guidelines for submitting proposed orders for Orlando

Jacksonville Division (For Judge Glenn Only)
Submission of electronic proposed orders for Judge Glenn in the Jacksonville Division must be submitted via this link: https://pacer.flmb.uscourts.gov/orders/login.asp

Use your CM/ECF login to enter the site. This web page is a functional form that will direct your orders to the correct recipient as well as automatically name the attached order(s) to the standard format currently used. It is not necessary for you to follow the naming guidelines of proposed orders when using this on-line form. The naming process automatically occurs with the aid of drop down menus and gathers the information you enter and select. However, you must still use the standard guidelines for preparing an order.

The system will also allow you to track your order through the process and, you may check on an order's status at anytime.

Jacksonville Division (For Judge Funk Only)
Judge Funk's procedure for the electronic submission of proposed orders is available to electronic filers. The event, entitled "Proposed Order - Judge Funk Only", is available under the Miscellaneous, Notices, and Trustee/US Trustee categories in CM/ECF. Effective Monday, August 16, 2005, all proposed orders submitted by electronic filers must be filed using this proposed order event.

This event allows the electronic submission of proposed orders, judgments, findings of fact and conclusions of law to the Court for review and entry by the judge, if appropriate. Although the docket entry text is viewable on case dockets, the attached proposed order is not and is accessible only by Clerk's Office staff. By utilizing this procedure for the submission of proposed orders, electronic filers will no longer be required to furnish additional copies of the order or self-addressed, stamped envelopes. (Note: You may be requested to submit stamped envelopes for use in mailing judgments, findings of fact, and conclusions of law.) When listing parties who are to receive a copy of the signed order, you must indicate the party's full name and address in the "Copy to" section of the proposed order if it is to be mailed to anyone other than the Debtor, Debtor's Attorney, Trustee, U.S. Trustee, or All Interested Parties. In addition, when submitting proposed orders that relate to a motion or objection containing negative notice, please ensure that you wait the appropriate period of time for objections to expire prior to submitting the proposed order.

As a courtesy, it is requested that parties submitting proposed judgments, findings of fact and conclusions of law continue to also submit these on a diskette to the Clerk's Office for use in chambers.