See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 164. This is an
Administrative Order to assign the Family Court Division 10 Order of Protection Docket to Judge Ghasedi and Division 17 Order of Protection Docket to be reassigned randomly to Divisions 12, 14, and 15.
See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 163. This is an Administrative Order to assign the Family Court Division 2 Docket to Judge Farragut-Hemphill and Division 15 Docket to Judge Waldemer.
See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 162. This is an Administrative Order to withdraw and rescind Administrative Order No. 32 and Order No. 79.
See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 161. This is an Administrative Order assigning FC6 and FC7 Dockets to Judge Hilton and FC IVD Paternity Docket to Judge Dodson.
See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 160. This is an Administrative Order governing implementation and operation of parenting coordination programs.
See the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 159. This is an Administrative Order governing implementation and operation of mediation programs.
Effective October 1, 2017 - NOTICE TO ADOPTION FILERS - Family Court Administrative Judge
Also, please review the FAMILY COURT ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE ORDER NO. 40A that was amended August 1, 2017. This addresses the Parent Education Program.
Attorneys may now request hearings online! Judge Sandra Farragut - Hemphill, Div. 3 is the pilot for the court's new electronic scheduling calendar. Attorneys may schedule, cancel, and re-schedule a hearing request all at the click of a button. After requesting a hearing, you can immediately eFile your case by clicking the link provided. You may also add your requested hearing date to your own calendar within your confirmation e-mail.
Schedule your hearing online by clicking 'About the Court' - go to 'Our Judges' and scroll through to select the Divisions that are now online - Div. 3, Div. 8, Div. 13, Div. 33, Div. 35, Div. 43, & Div. 65.
NOTICE TO ATTORNEY
In the Circuit Court of St. Louis County
Effective April 1, 2016, please note that requests for garnishments filed using an old version of the garnishment form, will be returned to the filer. Significant changes were made to the garnishment form and approved by the State Judicial Records Committee.
A current version of the form can be found by visiting http://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=650 and locating form CV 92.
In addition, interrogatories to garnishee were also updated and approved by the State Judicial Records Committee.
A current version of the form can be found by visiting http://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=650 and locating
form CV 110.
Joan M. Gilmer
Please see the new eFiling web page where you can register and create an account to start eFiling! There are also procedural guidelines on Associate Civil and Probate matters. See reasons why an eFiled document can be returned or held by the St. Louis County Circuit Clerk's office. These examples will tell you how to get your eFile documents processed through the system without delay.
Wireless network access is available in the Court Building and the Family Court Center. Please read the Attorney User Agreement for WiFi (see the link on the right) before logging on. Call the Court Building IT help desk at (314)615-3263 or the Family Court Center IT help desk at (314)615-4440 for the password or any questions that you may have.
Our goal continues to be to provide you with the quality of service and timely justice that you have come to rely on from the 21st Judicial Circuit.
Please visit the Court Announcement page for the latest Court news (e.g. Court schedules (holidays, individual docket changes), notices to attorneys, administrative orders).
The St. Louis County Circuit Court Rules Of Court are available by clicking here.
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Forms....Need a probate form fast? Visit our forms page. Over 30 probate forms are currently available as well as the Circuit Civil/Equity Cover Sheet and the Family Court Certificate of Dissolution of Marriage (also known as the Vital Statistics form).
Attorney Address Changes....
It is important to stay current with the St. Louis County Circuit Court by keeping your address up to date. This will assist in getting your notices to you on a timely basis. When you submit a change of address to our Probate Court, Family Court, Criminal/Traffic Department or Civil Department, the address will be changed for all areas at the same time. If your address does change, please notify the Court of the change using one of the methods noted below.