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If your are given an unfavorable decision by a family law judge, you may be considering appealing the decision. If you feel as though the judgment or order was not legally sound, then you should contact one of our attorneys to examine your case.  With over 25 years of experience in family law, our team has the tenacity and knowledge necessary to provide you with the representation you deserve when appealing your decision.

Because of the nature of family law cases, one party often feels as though they "lost" when a decision is not exactly what they had hoped for. This is especially true if your case involves not being able to see or spend time with your children as much as you would like.  Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be able to file an appeal that asks a higher court to examine the trial judge's decision and possibly change or reverse orders that have been issued. To file a family law appeal, it is strongly advised that you have one of our experienced family law attorney on your side representing your interest.

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