Finance & Accounting - General Information
Finance and Accounting ensures the proper and timely recording of accounting transactions and distribution of funds per Florida Statutes and Court Orders.
The Clerk of the Court is audited as part of the City of Jacksonville’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).
Frequently Asked Questions
When can I expect payment?
Generally, Finance and Accounting mails checks within five to ten business days after receiving the notice to disburse, court orders, requests for refunds, et cetera.
Where can I find out about unclaimed property?
Annually, the Clerk's Office escheats unclaimed funds to the State of Florida or to the City of Jacksonville. Funds escheated to the City are not recoverable. Funds escheated to the State can be claimed from the Comptroller of the State of Florida. For further information on unclaimed property escheated to the State, please visit the Florida Bureau of Unclaimed Property website.
Monday through Friday (excluding holidays): 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Duval County Clerk of Courts
Attn:Finance and Accounting
501 West Adams Street, Room 2338
Jacksonville, FL 32202
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