You may appeal nearly any family law decision, whether it involves issues of division of property, grandparent’s rights, or disputes regarding alimony or child support.
Regardless of the issue at stake, the standard for overturning a family law decision is to prove that there was an abuse of discretion by the court or grave error by the court.
It is also important to note that appellate decisions often take many months to obtain.
Fixed price guide
Please note all of our fees and any disbursement (where applicable) attract VAT
|First consultation and case assessment (up to one hour) with letter of advice
|First consultation and case assessment (up to one hour) with letter to ex-partner