Can you appeal a custody judgment?

Answer Within 30 days of the ruling and if there are grounds.

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How can I appeal a custody decision if I want to have joint custody?

First, there is a time limit for filing an appeal, and you need to take the time to properly prepare evidence for the argument. The late James Cook, the father of joint custody was a friend, and he... Read More »

How to Appeal an Adverse Judgment?

When you have to appear in court for a judgment on a lawsuit between two parties, the judge that your case is assigned to will listen to your side, the other person's side and to any witnesses for ... Read More »

How to File an Appeal on a Magistrate's Judgment?

A magistrate presides over a district court in which both civil and criminal cases can be heard. The magistrate court is a trial court; therefore you can appeal the magistrate's judgment to a super... Read More »

How to File an Appeal of Eviction Judgment?

All states provide an appeals period after an eviction judgment. A tenant who wishes to challenge the judgment amount can also file an appeal. Each state has a limit on the amount of time a tenant... Read More »