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.
STOPPING THE TRIAL COURT’S ORDER DURING THE APPEAL
Sometimes when a divorce judge issues a ruling it is necessary to try and keep the ruling from becoming effective until an appellate court has the opportunity to determine whether the ruling was correct. This process is called “obtaining a stay pending appeal”, and is designed to keep the trial court’s decision from becoming “irreversible” if the decision is overturned by an appellate court.
Below are explanations of some of the most commonly asked questions and topics relating to stays pending appeal:
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