Almost a year after COVID-19 forced courts to close their doors to most litigants, Miami-Dade Circuit has taken steps to make online litigation a permanent fixture, adding a computer workstation to one courthouse.

The Pilot Kiosk Project, as the court’s calling it, launched Monday at the South Dade Justice Center at 10710 SW 211 St. in Cutler Bay. The workstation is on the first floor of the Family Court Self-Help Program area.

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