By the time the decree of dissolution of marriage or stipulated order is signed by the judge, most people are ready for the case to be finished. However, there are circumstances when it may be appropriate for one person, or both, to ask the Arizona Court of Appeals to review the trial court’s decision. Having an attorney who has practiced before the Arizona Court of Appeals is extremely important. The Court of Appeals is three-judge panel that will review written documents, legally known as briefs, to decide whether to uphold or reverse the trial court’s decision. Sometimes there is oral argument before the Court that is taken into consideration as well. Not all attorneys practice before the Court of Appeals, but I have been involved with multiple appellate issues over the years.

If you have an issue you may wish to appeal, please note that there is a very limited time to file an appeal to have the Arizona Court of Appeals review and decide the case. You should immediately call to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.


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