US Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida Pro Hac Vice

Court Description

Attorneys from out of state who wish to litigate cases in US Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida must associate with local counsel. We provide required forms and answers to common questions about admission, always at no charge.

The rules for pro hac vice admission in the state, federal, and bankruptcy courts differ. For more information about the federal or bankruptcy district in which you need admission, use the following links:

Is there a Fee?

Yes. Local counsel is a condition of pro hac vice admission in the Bankruptcy Courts for the Middle District of Florida. Local counsel can provide valuable insight into matters of local practice that can assist you in representing your client. Choose from available local counsel by choosing Local Counsel on this page.

What Documents Do I Need?

Local counsel should electronically file the Motion and Affidavit into the case in which admission is sought.

How do I Apply?

You will need a Motion to Proceed Pro Hac Vice and an Affidavit of Applicant. Download free sample forms by choosing the Forms tab on this page.

Is Local Counsel Required?

The fee is $10 per case for special admission pro hac vice in the Bankruptcy Courts in the Middle District of Florida, and should be made payable to Clerk, US District Court.