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If you are looking to file a motion for a new trial, you need an attorney that will fight for you. At Fair Cadora,  we have handled hundreds of family law cases and are passionate about helping people. Our attorneys are not afraid of going the distance and are often successful in obtaining a new trial for our clients by pursuing alternative methods of representation and investigation. 

The reasons for requesting a new trial often include the following:

  • Irregularity in the court proceedings that prevented a fair trial

  • New evidence that is relevant to the previous case

  • Judicial Misconduct

  • An error in the law

Weighing Your Options

Following a final judgemental in a divorce, paternity action, or child custody action, there are several steps that you can take if you are unsatisfied with the final outcome. One possible route is a request for a new trial, which asks your previous judge to reconsider their prior decision on your case.

If you are considering a motion for a new trial, there is a very stringent timeline that needs to be followed for your motion to be considered. To ensure you meet this timeline, it is in your best interest to speak with one of our experienced attorneys at Fair Cadora.

Honest, Loyal, & Professional Representation

The possibility that you will be granted a new trial is often proportional to how well your attorney did their job. At Fair Cadora, we always put our clients’ needs first and believe that you deserve transparency and consistency. After our attorneys examine your case, they can advise you as to what your options are and work with you toward a potential positive outcome.

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