Divorce & Custody Appeals
Take a Second Bite of the Apple
Judges get it wrong sometimes.
If your divorce, custody or support matter ended with a less than desirable result, you should consider an appeal. An appeal is your opportunity to request that your case be reviewed by a higher court.
The time limit within which to file an appeal is short, so it’s important to act quickly. An appellate attorney at Cooley & Handy can help you determine whether you have a viable issue for an appeal in your divorce, custody or support matter.
Schedule a consultation now and we will carefully analyze the outcome of your case and give you practical advice as to whether you could succeed in an Appeal.
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