Your best bet would be to contact the Orange County Clerk of the Court. They will be able to provide you with certified copies of any court documents that you need.
The Clerk of Court will be able to provide you with Certified copies.
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You need to go back to the same court that issued the final decree and obtain a certified copy from the clerk of court.
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In Florida the clerk of court is also the comptroller. That's why it sounds like you are getting different advice. Just take your case number with you and they will be able to provide you with certified copies (after you pay the fee of course). You can also check the clerk's website to get the cost & write to clerk's office to get copies if you don't live nearby anymore.