Family Court Appeals in New York

Garden City Family Attorneys Advocating on Your Behalf

Have you received an unfavorable ruling in your family law case? Advancing your case to a court of appeals may help you correct an unfair decision as you work to settle the terms of your divorce or separation. Our Garden City family lawyers at Edwards & Rockmore, P.C. can provide the counsel you need. We have offered outstanding service to our clients for more than 45 collective years, and have received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell® on account of our professional and ethical standards. Contact us to learn more.

The Benefits of Filing an Appeal

In a contested divorce case, a judge has the final say concerning the terms of your divorce. When errors affect the legal proceedings of your case, you may receive an unfair ruling. Appealing your case enables you to receive a second look at the evidence considered in a previous ruling. If it is determined that the judge made an unfair decision, the terms of your separation could be modified or reversed.

You can appeal the following rulings within a family court:

Bear in mind that the appeals process is lengthy and complicated. Cases often take a year to receive a ruling, and no new evidence can be presented in your favor. Because this process only relies on information from your initial trial, it is important to consult with your attorney before seeking an appeal. Our firm has extensive experience in family law and can help you determine an appropriate course of action after an unfavorable ruling.

Retain a knowledgeable Garden City family attorney!

Edwards & Rockmore, P.C. has provided clients with top-notch legal service for more than two decades! Our attorneys have the knowledge of family law necessary to help you seek a favorable result in a case. We can not only provide insight into the details of an effective appeal, but we can also help you negotiate terms at the outset of your case to help prepare you in advance for a positive outcome. Contact Edwards & Rockmore, P.C. to schedule a free initial consultation about your case!