The process for keeping the trial judge’s order from taking effect is called obtaining a stay pending appeal. Find out the first step you must take.
How do a keep a judge’s decision from taking effect until I’ve had the ability to file an Appeal of my Florida Divorce Case?
The process for keeping the trial judge’s order from taking effect is called “obtaining a stay pending appeal”. The first step in the process is filing a motion requesting the “stay” and having a hearing in front of the trial judge at the hearing, you ask the divorce court judge to agree all or parts of their decision will not take effect until the appellate court case is over. If the judge denies (or grants) the stay order, there is a process for having the appellate court review the order denying (or granting) the stay order. More information on how to initiate appellate review of an order granting/denying a stay order is here: How do I appeal the trial court’s decision on a request for a stay during the appeal?
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