Before you pay an attorney, get the information and answers to the most common questions when considering appealing a Florida divorce or child custody case.
APPEALING TEMPORARY RELIEF ORDERS
A common appeal in a divorce or child custody case in Florida is an appeal of a temporary relief order. Further below are answers to commonly asked questions that Florida Appellate Lawyers receive when it comes to appealing a judge’s temporary relief order. Clicking on each question below will open a separate web page with a detailed answer to the particular question or explanation of the particular topic.
The most common errors committed by trial courts when it comes to temporary relief orders are failing to make the appropriate findings related to temporary support orders, temporary custody orders and temporary attorney’s fee orders. However, appellate courts are usually hesitant to disturb temporary relief orders if there is evidence on the record to support the trial court’s decision.
Below are explanations of some of the most commonly asked questions and topics that relate to appealing temporary relief orders:
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