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.
REVIEWING AND APPEALING THE APPELLATE COURT’S DECISION
The appellate court’s decision is not necessarily the end of a Florida divorce or child custody appeal. In certain circumstances, it is appropriate to request the appellate panel to change or clarify their decision, and from time to time it is appropriate to request a review of the appellate court’s decision by all judges at the district court of appeals or from the Florida Supreme Court.
Below are explanations of some of the most commonly asked questions and topics that relate to appealing the appellate's court decision:
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