New Port Richey Divorce Appeals Attorney
A Second Hearing for Your FL Divorce Decree
Divorce is difficult and it is likely that not everyone will be happy with the result. If you feel that the judge was unfair or missed important information in your case, you can appeal the ruling. When you appeal, an appellate court judge will look over the original case to ensure all procedures were carried out correctly.
Which Court Rulings May be Eligible for an Appeal?
- Property division
- Child support
- Child custody and visitation
Keep in mind you only have 30 days from the final judgment to appeal your divorce case in Florida. If you plan to appeal, choose a New Port Richey divorce attorney who understands what you are going through and can help assess your chances.
An appeal takes careful planning and a clear strategy. Contact Dale L. Bernstein, Chartered Law Office at (727) 312-1112 for an appointment regarding your case.
Appeal Your Case with Condifdence with Our Experienced Lawyer
An appeal is not a good idea in every case and anger is never a good reason to undergo the process. You should, however, appeal a case when the judge clearly did something wrong, such as presiding over a case involving a friend or relative. You can also appeal if you feel that the court suppressed information or did not fully consider the facts. An appeal may be the only avenue to overturn an unjust divorce decree.
Because appeals are expensive, consider your options carefully. Our New Port Richey family lawyer can help you talk through your situation and assess your chances of a successful resolution.
For an appointment, contact Dale L. Bernstein, Chartered Law Office at (727) 312-1112.