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Don’t Give Up – Get An Appeals Attorney

If your family law case went to trial, and you received an unfavorable verdict, you are not at the end of the road. You might still have the chance to file an appeal in a higher court.

We are Newsome O'Donnell, LLC, a family law firm serving clients throughout New Jersey. Our board-certified attorneys have more than 75 combined years of experience handling all aspects of family law, including complex appellate trials.

Some of the most common issues we appeal include:

  • Custody and visitation schedules
  • Asset and debt division orders
  • Spousal support orders

We are ready to determine whether you have grounds for an appeal and, if so, help you through the process.

Experienced Appellate Lawyers Ready To Help You

Just because a judge made a ruling you disagree with does not mean you can file an appeal. You must demonstrate that the decision involved an error or flaw. Some common reasons to file an appeal include:

  1. The proceedings did not adhere to correct legal doctrine.
  2. The court abused its discretion.
  3. There is additional evidence that the judge did not see.
  4. The previous case involved evidence that the court should not have admitted.

Few law firms are willing to handle family law appellate cases. Fortunately, though, we are. Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of the state’s many family law regulations. As a result, we can rigorously review the details of your previous trial to see whether you have a shot at an appeal.

Learn Whether You Have A Shot At An Appeal

Listening to your side of the story is important to us. Once we have heard what you have to say, we can discuss filing an appeal. To arrange a consultation, call our local number at 973-692-6317 or call our toll-free number at 800-465-0163 or send us an email. We have offices in Morristown, Paramus and Princeton.