Our services include:
- Family law appeals
- Probate, Guardianship and Estate litigation Appeals
- Landlord Tenant Appeals
- Business Litigation Appeals
- Construction Defect Appeals
- Personal Injury Appeals
- Attorney Fee Award Appeals
We handle appeals all throughout the state of Florida. So where are appeals filed?
There are five District Courts of appeal in Florida:
- The First District Court of Appeal located in Tallahassee
- The Second District Court of Appeal in Lakeland
- The Third District Court of Appeal in Miami
- The Fourth District Court of Appeal in West Palm Beach
- The Fifth District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach
There are a myriad of types of Final and Non-Final Orders that can be appealed to the Appellate Courts. But not all Orders can be appealed. More importantly, there are strict deadlines to file an appeal. If you miss your deadline, you are barred from filing an appeal. Thus, you must act quickly.
What is the purpose of the appeal? It is our job to represent you and to persuade the Appellate panel of three Judges that the Trial Court made an error in law or fact. The focus of the appeal is articulately laid out through legal argument in an Appeal Brief. Oral argument is permitted if asked but is only granted on rare occasions.
The Appellate Court will review the decisions of the Trial Court to determine if reversible error has been committed. Such review involves the interpretation and application of the law to a given set of facts.
The Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure are complex. It is highly recommended that you retain experienced legal counsel to represent you throughout the appeal process.
One of the most common mistakes that an inexperienced attorney is thinking that a Motion for Rehearing/Reconsideration tolls the 30-day deadline to file an appeal. It does NOT. Please do not make this mistake.
A good attorney uses the law as a tool to maneuver through the law and litigation process, delivering you the best outcome possible. The attorneys at the Horton Law Group have years of experience. We are detail oriented, and we can make a difference in your case. We believe in our clients and fight to get them the best outcome possible. You need an attorney who understands the appeals process intimately and has a track record of achieving success in the appellate arena.
Why Hire The Horton Law Group?
At the Horton Law Group, we treat our clients like family. We are actively involved in the community; we are well respected in the courtroom, and we have a stellar reputation in the community. We maintain professional relationships with our clients long after their cases are resolved because we fight for our clients. We are confident that you will be happy with your decision to hire the Horton Law Group to represent you. Please contact the Horton Law Group, P.A. at 561-299-0018 or email email@example.com to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with a qualified member from our team.