In What Circumstances Can a Person Appeal Their Case in Indiana?
In every one of Indiana’s trial courts, many orders are issued each day. Most of these orders are interlocutory (temporary) orders that cannot be appealed.
As a threshold matter, any party who loses any final order as to all issues may appeal to the Court of Appeals of Indiana located
In most cases, one (1) party “loses” the custody arrangement they sought in their divorce, paternity case, or modification matter. As most litigants know, there
The role of the Indiana Court of Appeals is to handle the majority of appeals from final orders on all issues issued from the trial
Effective brief writing is not alchemy, voodoo, luck, or any combination of these. Nevertheless, good brief writing is the subject of debate and some disagreement
Unlike some states with a low overall population, Indiana is large enough and fortunate enough to have an intermediate appellate court: the Court of Appeals
The appellate process is much different than anything a litigant has experienced in trial court proceedings. While there are many orders1 made during the course
In high-stakes custody (and property) litigation, which is what most domestic cases boil down to, particularly those with children, a loss in the Court of
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