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Greensburg Family Appeals Lawyer

Unfortunately, Pennsylvania family law courts don’t always get everything right the first time around. If you are in the middle of a custody battle, messy divorce, or other family law dispute, there’s always a chance the court will rule against you on an important issue. If this happens at trial, you must act quickly to preserve your legal rights. You only have a short window of time to appeal the decision and work toward the results you seek. Hiring an experienced Greensburg family appeals lawyer is crucial.

The appeals process in a family law matter can be complicated. The appeals team at Bunde & Roberts, P.C., can help you preserve your legal rights and explore options for further relief after receiving an unfavorable court decision. A family law court’s decision doesn’t necessarily have to be the last word. We are here to help you build the strongest argument for pursuing a reversal on appeal.

In some cases, you might have received the order you wanted, but your spouse may be appealing the results. If this is the situation, we can help protect your legal and parental rights on appeal.

Types of Appealable Family Court Orders in Pennsylvania

Not every court order can be appealed. The Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure sets forth the types of appealable issues, as well as when they must be appealed to preserve your legal argument. To determine if an order is appealable, you need to establish whether it’s “interlocutory” or “final.” In most cases, only final orders can be appealed. You also need to determine whether you have the right to appeal under the Rules of Appellate Procedure or whether you need to meet certain criteria to convince the court to let you appeal.

Preserving Your Rights on Appeal

Once you’ve established that the court order can be appealed, you need to follow specific steps and procedures to seek an appeal properly. You need to ensure that matters you want to appeal have been preserved, or you need to argue why they shouldn’t have been waived. Having a skilled Greensburg divorce lawyer on your side is vital. Your attorney will make sure you don’t waive any appealable issues.

Bunde & Roberts Providing Years of Effective and Dedicated Service to Family Law Clients in Pennsylvania

Our seasoned Greensburg family appeals lawyers can identify what issues and orders can be appealed. We will ensure that your rights are preserved and you have the strongest legal arguments through trial. Our job is to make sure the issues that matter most to you are properly addressed and fully disputed so any unfavorable decisions can be appealed later on. If you received an unjust alimony award, adverse custody determination, or there is a property distribution that you disagree with, Bunde and Roberts is here to help. We will work tirelessly to protect your rights and family.

Get Help with Your Greensburg Family Law Appeal

Our Greenburg family law attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience. We can handle family law matters through all the stages of your case—from inception to appeal. If you are looking to appeal a family law court decision, or you are fighting against an appeal, our skilled family law appeals lawyers can assist. Contact Bunde & Roberts, P.C., today at 412-391-4330 to schedule an initial consultation.

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