A case doesn’t always end when a judge or jury announces its decision. It may be necessary to challenge or defend the decision that was reached. This is what is known as the appeals process.
We handle all manners of appeal on behalf of clients seeking review of court orders, as well as clients seeking to defend a judgment previously entered.
Our experienced attorneys at Meador & Johnson, P.A. can assist clients with appeals of both temporary and final orders in most areas of the law. Appellate rules allow for the appeal of temporary orders in family law cases. We can assist clients in appeals regarding divorce, modification, relocation, child support, alimony, dependency and domestic violence judgments.
Whether you are seeking to overturn a previous ruling or arguing to preserve a judgment rendered in your favor, our attorneys can assist you. Although not every case is appropriate for an appeal of a temporary order, our family law appellate attorneys here at Meador & Johnson, P.A. in Pensacola, Florida can help you determine the proper course of action in your case.
Strict Deadlines Affect How Long You Have To File An Appeal
All appeals must be filed within very strict time limits. If you are considering an appeal in your case, it is critical to take immediate action to ensure that your rights are protected.
Our lawyers provide aggressive, intelligent advocacy to clients throughout Northwest Florida. We are compassionate allies and aggressive advocates. Call 800-785-4969 or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation.