After the trial court issues an order, each party has the right to file an appeal. During a family law appeal, the Indiana Court of Appeals reviews your case to determine whether an Indiana trial court has properly followed the Indiana code. If you have received an adverse ruling from a trial court, you may want to have an experienced Indiana appellate attorney review your case.

Indiana appellate practice is structured primarily around the writing of briefs. To have a chance of succeeding on appeal, the issues must be carefully researched, and the briefs must be well written and persuasively argued. In addition, the Indiana Appellate Rules provide strict deadlines that must be adhered to and it is important to hire an Indianapolis divorce attorney who has experience with the rules and can properly apply them to your case.

At Cairns Law, LLP, we have experienced Indiana appellate attorneys who can help you identify the key legal issues to be addressed in your appeal and help you determine how best to vigorously pursue them.

You should be aware however, that the appeal process can be lengthy. Throughout the entire process, we will keep you informed of our progress. As in all our family law and divorce practice, we will answer your questions and address your concerns at any time.

Indianapolis Divorce Lawyers at Cairns Law, have experience practicing in the Indiana Court of Appeals and Indiana Supreme Court.

If you have received an adverse trial court order and would like to consult with an experienced Indiana appellate attorney, please call 317/632-4711 or complete our contact form and one of our attorneys will contact you.

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