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.
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
Appeals are like cars in many ways; they can be fairly inexpensive to very expensive depending on the type of (car) appeal you have. Where
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
In general terms, the appellate process is nothing more than having your trial court final order reviewed by a higher Court. This is a right,
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
With domestic cases, the appellate courts give great discretion and deference to the trial court judge to determine how much weight to assign to a
It can be devastating to lose some or all issues in a domestic trial, and then appeal expecting the errors you allege to be corrected
While trial lawyers can handle appeals, most do not. The reason is because appellate practice is as different as night (appeals) from day (trials). Practicing
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