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Making legal notices easy

Our professional Tampa Bay Times staff is happy to assist with all your legal advertising needs. Our broad coverage provides options to publish your notices in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough and Citrus counties, or throughout any combination of the five.

Because the Times is a 7 days per week publication, your legal notice will appear in a timely manner in the Tampa Bay Times, reaching 1,047,000 readers daily and 996,100 readers on Sunday. Notices are also featured online at tampabay.com and are fed to Florida Press Association’s aggregated legal notice website, floridapublicnotices.com.

To the right, you’ll find links to search legal notices or register for email alerts. You can download our rate sheet and fictitious name form below. For your convenience, we’ve also included links to the County Clerk offices.

Questions?

Phone: 727-893-8358 or 1-800-333-7505 x8358
email: legals@tampabay.com
Fax: 727-892-2902

 

Source: 2013 Scarborough Report (r1 2/12-1/13)


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