The majority of custody arrangements and divorce matters are handled competently and satisfactorily by the judges, attorneys, and parties involved. However, sometimes mistakes get made. Parents can be unfairly denied custody or marital assets can be divided inequitably between a couple. Errors made in court can be devastating for families. Luckily, if you believe that the court has made an error in your family law case, you may be able to correct these mistakes by filing an appeal.
There are several possible grounds for an appeal in Florida family law cases, including:
- One of the parties committed fraud
- A spouse concealed assets
- The court made a legal error
- The judge abused his or her discretion
- New facts were discovered
Have you been granted a divorce or have had a custody matter resolved, but wish to appeal the judgment? If yes, then The Law Offices of Nicole Nicolette can help. The appeal process is very delicate, and there are many rules and deadlines that must be met in order to successfully appeal a family law ruling. Our experienced legal team posses the knowledge and the resources that are necessary to provide you with effective and personalized legal representation throughout the entire appeal process. Contact the The Law Offices of Nicole Nicolette at (561) 223-6545 to speak with one of our appellate lawyers today.
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