Even the best laid plans might not work out when you are going through a family law dispute. A district court judge might create an order that does not work in your favor, or does not consider all aspects of your case. When you are feeling added stress due to a court order, you should contact Collins Family Law Group at your earliest convenience.
For more than 20 years, our team of Charlotte divorce attorneys has supported our clients across North Carolina and South Carolina through thick and thin. With our experience and know-how, we can construct a case that considers your best interests and poses a solid, intelligent argument as to why you require a domestic law appeal.
The professionals that set our family law firm apart from the rest include:
Although court orders are not set in stone, they can feel just as difficult to move or alter if you start the process alone. With our team in your corner, you can confidently prepare your appeal. Before we get too far into the procedure, we will want to consult with you and completely review your case to determine if filing for an appeal is even the right option. If it does seem to be the choice that works best for your needs, we will then need to see if you even have room to make an appeal.
In most cases, an appeal will only be considered if there is valid evidence showing that the judge made some sort of technical mistake. This could include errors in the judicial process or inaccurately represented evidence. In an appeal, however, you cannot submit or omit evidence; rather, a higher court will need to analyze your trial’s proceedings and review it for critical mistakes.
While it is true that any legal issue requires careful attention and immediate action, this is especially true regarding domestic law appeals. The longer you wait to seek an appeal of the court’s ruling, the longer you will expose yourself to the consequences of that ruling. Furthermore, you might miss an important deadline if you hesitate for too long, effectively removing your chances of filing any sort of appeal.
Get an entire team of attorneys working for you. Contact Collins Family Law Group today.