Self Help through TurboCourt

The Leon County Clerk offers easy to use interactive forms through TurboCourt. TurboCourt works by asking a series of easy to follow questions before preparing the appropriate paperwork. TurboCourt is available for Landlord Tenant Disputes, Family Law, and Domestic Violence Protection matters.

Note: we encourage contacting Refuge House, www.refugehouse.com and 850-681-2111 for additional information and assistance when preparing domestic violence injunction petitions.

Why Use TurboCourt?

  • Simple, Secure and Court Approved: TurboCourt takes the guesswork out of complex legal forms. Follow along easy to understand guided questions, then TurboCourt automatically completes all necessary forms for you, ready to file. It’s that easy!
  • Get it Done Faster! Speed up your case. Cases are often delayed due to errors that require filers to return to the courthouse to correct. With TurboCourt, you avoid these delays.
  • Interactive, Error Alerts: TurboCourt guides you through a customized online interview, alerting you of any mistakes so you prepare complete and accurate forms. No back-and-forth to courthouse to fix errors.
  • Be Informed: Provide more information than standard court forms may permit. Learn important legal terms to better understand your case.
  • Unlimited Online Access: Start your filing, save, and finish later as needed. Prepare forms at your convenience from any Internet-connected device, anywhere!

TurboCourt makes the task of filling out forms easier to understand and helps you get it right the first time. There is a $10.40 fee to use TurboCourt to complete forms for Landlord Tenant Disputes and Family Law cases. There are no fees when using TurboCourt forms for domestic violence injunction petitions.

From your Internet connected device, TurboCourt gives you the capability to print the forms and mail or bring them to the Leon County Clerk’s Office. For filings mailed or delivered to the drop box, payment for filing fees can be made by check or money order.

Note: due to COVID-19, the Leon County Courthouse is closed to the public except for people seeking to file Domestic Violence Injunction petitions. People filing domestic violence injunction petitions are allowed into the Courthouse to meet with Refuge House and to deliver completed petitions to the Clerk’s Office.

Drop Boxes

To provide the public with another way to deliver documents to the Clerk’s office during the Courthouse closure, the Clerk has installed drop boxes. The Clerk’s 2 drop boxes are located at the Leon County Courthouse’s Calhoun Street entrance and at the Monroe Street entrance. Drop boxes are checked daily, Monday through Friday excluding Holidays, between 8:00 AM and 4:20 PM.

Access TurboCourt Forms

Note: The website links here are provided for your convenience. The hosting site is neither owned nor operated by the Leon County Clerk of Court.