Family Law Appeals

Family Law Appeals 2018-04-17T20:23:38+00:00

If you believe you have been adversely affected by an error or mistake by a trial court, you may be able to have that Order overturned by a higher court. The Attorneys at Copps DiPaola Silverman, PLLC are highly skilled at appellate practice. We take on a limited number of family law appellate cases at one time so that we can give our full attention and resources to your legal needs.

Appellate work is a difficult area of law to practice and it requires a high-level understanding of the family law statutes, case law, and of the rules of the Appellate Division and trial courts. Most importantly, Appellate advocacy requires excellent legal writing, reasoning skills, and oral advocacy skills.

As family law litigators, we have an intimate working knowledge of the trial courts combined with exceptional written work product which places us in the best position to see errors and mistakes and argue the same respectfully before the Appellate Courts. As with all other client matters, we will meet with you at length, review your case using our team approach, and advise you of the potential risks and rewards of proceeding. We also pride ourselves on finding other, alternative and creative, options to resolve your issues in the most effective and efficient manner possible. We truly love practicing family law and are proud of the work that we do for our clients, which means ensuring that you are satisfied with the legal services that you receive from our office.

The content on this webpage is intended for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. Every situation is different and should be carefully discussed with an attorney before taking action.

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