\A party may seek relief from an unfavorable ruling by a trial judge by appealing the judge's ruling to an appellate court. The appellate court does not conduct a new trial, but reviews the trial court's ruling based on the clerk's record, the court reporter's record and written briefs prepared by attorneys. Family law appeals are uniquely complex, so it is critical that you retain highly qualified counsel if you require assistance with an appeal.
At Lasky Law Firm, we have represented many clients in family law appeals, including appeals focused on custody, timesharing (visitation), spousal support (alimony), property division and other significant issues. Our legal team includes skilled and experienced appellate lawyers who are prepared to advocate vigorously on your behalf.
If you feel that the outcome of your case was unjust, we are pleased to speak with you and help you determine your best course of action. To speak with a lawyer at our firm, contact our Jacksonville or Clay County Law Office.
If you have a matter for which you seek an appeal, please know there are short and rigid deadlines to file an appeal. In addition, certain post-order motions must be filed in certain cases. If you are considering an appeal, it is imperative that you speak to counsel immediately as some of the deadlines can be as short as 10 days from the entry of the judgment.
You will be represented by an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney as a client of our firm. Our attorneys have more than 80 years of combined experience and have represented thousands of clients in divorce and family law matters.
From our offices in Jacksonville and Clay County, we represent clients throughout Northeast Florida. To schedule a consultation with a Florida family law appeals attorney at our firm, call (904) 297-2009. You may also contact us by email.