If you believe the court’s decision was wrong, you may be able to appeal it to a higher court. Our office can assist you with post-trial motions prior to filing an appeal. Once we review the legal file, transcripts from the proceedings and the court’s decision, we can give you advice on pursuing an appeal and discuss reasonable expectations. We are experienced in presenting appellate writs, writing briefs and making oral arguments. We can also assist you in defending an appeal if one has been taken in your case.
Appeals are time-sensitive and require special attention to detail. The passage of time may bar your ability to take an appeal so you should contact us quickly after a judgment is entered.