March 12, 2020
Mecklenburg County Bar
Civil Litigation, Criminal Justice, Family Law, General
If you litigate Family Law cases, odds are that at some point you will need to appeal from an order (or will be on the receiving end of a notice of appeal). If you need to pursue (or defend against) a family law appeal, do you know what to do and how to do it? Appeals in Family Law cases involve different rules and procedures and a different advocacy style than does litigation in Family Law cases. Becky Watts (Collins Family Law Group) will talk about what kinds of family law orders may be appealed, what steps you need to take throughout the litigation process to make your case more (or less) appealable, and when to get the appellate attorney involved.Expand summary
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