- Date 16 Jun 2017
A parent’s interest in the care, custody, and control of their children is “the oldest of the fundamental liberty interests recognized” by the United States Supreme Court. In the landmark opinion Troxel v. Granville, the United States Supreme Court reaffirmed that the primary role of parents in the upbringing of their children is now established beyond debate.
- Did a Judge ignore your constitutional rights?
- Are you a biological parent who has recently been ruled against in a dispute with a non-biological parent?
- Has a Judge made a clear error with a child support calculation?
Many Family Law cases can be appealed; however, few litigants are ever presented with this option, nor do they consider pursuing additional litigation. The appeals process is often time consuming, and involves a great deal of patience and determination. However, to fully vindicate your rights and ensure you achieve the most just and legally proper outcome, you may wish to consider speaking with us about pursuing an appeal.
Importantly, the Colorado Appellate Rules impose time-frames and deadlines upon litigants, which our experienced attorneys can help you navigate. Particularly in an appellate context, having experienced and invested counsel can be priceless. If you have recently completed your case or been given an order from a family court Judge, and wish to consider the possibility of an appeal, please contact us. Gendelman Law Group can be reached via telephone at (XXX)-(XXXX) or by email, clicking here.