Family Law Appeals

One of the most difficult issues a family law client can face is an unfavorable ruling or judgment.  Inevitably, they want to know – can we change this outcome?! 


Some appellate courts require the party to file a Motion for Rehearing in the trial court setting forth the issues they believe were incorrectly decided. 


The purpose of this rule is to give the trial court an opportunity to fix any errors in a Final Judgment.  If your Motion for Rehearing is denied by your trial judge, then you can proceed to file a Notice of Appeal.  


Lebron Law, PLLC can represent clients in family law appeals throughout the state of Florida.  


We have handled appeals concerning:

  • Child Support
  • Alimony
  • Eequitable Distribution
  • Other Issues Unique To Family Law


Appealing a family law order or judgment has strict filing deadlines.  You should immediately order a transcript of your proceedings, and you should contact an attorney at Lebron Law, PLLC, 321-800-5195 as soon as possible to discuss your case.  

Have questions or would like to make an appointment?

Call us at 321 800-5195 321 800-5195 or use our Contact Form.


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