While the courts of New Jersey strive to do their best to render just and equitable decisions in family law matters, unfortunately, no system is perfect, and mistakes of law and/or fact can occur. As such, all litigants have the right to appeal final orders and judgments of the trial court to the Appellate Division. Where an order is interlocutory (provisional or temporary), a litigant must seek the Appellate Division’s permission to file an appeal. In extraordinary circumstances, the Appellate Division will entertain appeals on an emergent basis.
The pathway to the ultimate resolution of an appeal can be long and circuitous. At Eveland & Foster, LLC, our attorneys are experienced at navigating the complex New Jersey appellate system and can assist you in developing a strategy for a successful appeal.