Following a decision, a party may not be satisfied with the result and may want to appeal. An appeal may not be for everyone; sometimes a post-judgment modification may be preferred. Greenblatt Law can help counsel you on your next step and how to work on resolving the source of your dissatisfaction. We will counsel you on whether it is advisable to pursue an appeal, providing you with the legal analysis necessary to make this decision.

What is an appeal?

A legal appeal is a process in which a case will be reviewed. In the broadest sense, an appeal is a formal request for a higher court to review a decision made by a lower court. Often, a formal change to an official decision is requested. Appeals may or may not be permitted during certain times during a litigation process. An appellate court can affirm, reverse, or vacate the decision of a lower court or even send the case back to the lower court for further evidentiary hearings. A decision by a judge may not be in your interest or supported by the law, and sometimes changes that may be more satisfactory or beneficial to you can be obtained through the process of an appeal.

We are adept at making strong legal arguments with a persuasive writing style, and because of this, we are able to obtain good results for our clients in regards to appeals.

Contact us today if you need to begin the process of an appeal.