When a court case doesn’t turn out the way it should – because a judge got either the facts or the law wrong – an appeal may be necessary. Conversely, when the case was decided correctly but the other party will not accept that decision, it may become necessary to defend against the other party’s appeal. When you appeal your case, you are bringing the same issues to a higher court and asking that court to review the facts and the application of the law in your case in the hopes of achieving a different, correct outcome. Our attorneys can assist you with the lengthy appeals process, whether you are bringing an appeal or defending against an appeal, by wielding our formidable command of family law to achieve or protect the correct outcome for your case.