Ask a Lawyer

The Law Library is now offering an Ask A Lawyer Program (ALP). The ALP program is a collaborative effort with the Okaloosa Bar Association whereby patrons can meet with a local attorney for a one-time consultation to get answers to a variety of civil legal questions, assistance with filling out form packets, as well as general procedural information. 

Consultations are currently being held by Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
Consultations may include:

  • Small Claims
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Debt Collection/Bankruptcy
  • Contracts/Warranties
  • Limited Family Law Assistance, such as Time-Sharing, Division of Property, Dissolution of Marriage, Child Support, or Alimony
  • Assistance filling out form packets
  • General procedural information

For more information contact the Law Library:
Phone: (850)651-7256
Email: lawlibrary@myokaloosa.com
Website: The Okaloosa Law Library Web Page

Law Library

The Law Library is committed to serving the public, self-represented litigants, and the legal community by providing access to legal material in both print and electronic format. Librarians are not permitted to give legal advice, but they do provide patrons with guidance toward finding information. The Law Library has self-help law materials in areas such as Family Law, Business Law, Bankruptcy Law, Probate Law, Landlord/Tenant Law, and other legal topics. Additionally, suggested legal websites are provided as a starting point for online research.

Website: http://myokaloosa.com/public-law-library
Phone Number: (850) 651-7256

Inspector General – Feedback

The Clerk’s Inspector General Department is seeking feedback on their work. Members of the public are invited to provide comments to help the department improve its policies and procedures and better serve the citizens of Okaloosa County.

Please direct all comments to clerkig@okaloosaclerk.com. We will be accepting comments until January 5th, 2021.

Information about the Clerk’s Inspector General Department as well as copies of published audit and investigative reports can be found at okaloosaclerk.com/inspector-general. Fraud, waste, and abuse can also be reported directly through this site.

This request is specifically for the Inspector General’s Department feedback.

All public records request should be directed to the designated Records Custodian, Don Allgood.

Don Allgood, D.C., RMO, RMLO, CPM
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller
1940 Lewis Turner Blvd.
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547
PublicRecords@Okaloosaclerk.com