How Long Do I Have to Appeal a Divorce Judgment in San Francisco?

Answer If a party is not satisfied with the judgment handed down by a San Fransisco, California trial judge in a divorce proceeding, she may appeal the decision to a higher court for review.

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Can you appeal a custody judgment?

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

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 Appeal a Judgment Without an Attorney?

Appealing a judgment against you in small claims court doesn't require an attorney. In fact, small claims courts are simplified so that citizens can handle the entire process on their own. As the d... 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 »