Family law appeals require firm and compassionate representation

On behalf of Furr & Cohen, P.A. posted in Divorce on Thursday, November 13, 2014.

Going through a divorce isn’t usually something that people want to do very often. For that reason, the thought of having to appeal part of the divorce ruling might not seem like something you want to do. There might be some reasons why you end up having to file appeals for parts of the divorce ruling. Some of these include when changes are needed for child support obligations, property division or alimony orders. We know how hard it can be to have to go through these proceedings, but we are here for you to help you exercise your right to appeal.

We understand that having to go back to court to get an alimony or child support order might not appeal to you. We know that you probably don’t want to have to deal with having to gather documentation necessary for the appeal. While we can’t take away the need for you to do that, we can help you understand the laws that apply to your case. We can help you understand how to apply laws to your case.

It is important that you take action as soon as you realize you need to appeal something. If you disagree with a property division order or any other part of your divorce decree, getting the appeal process started as quickly as possible is one way you can ensure it will be taken care of as quickly as possible. Plus, quick action helps to ensure that you aren’t left wishing you had acted sooner because the time limit for an appeal has passed.