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Appeals of Judgment or Orders

Fighting for Fair Probate Outcomes in Troy

Obtaining the right outcome during probate can become a combative undertaking. When an error is made in how assets will be distributed, making an appeal to change that judgment can take time and money. By hiring experienced Troy probate attorneys to help you fight for what you are rightfully owed, you can increase your chances of a better outcome. Call the team at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras for a free consultation about your case today.

Call (248) 494-4577 now to schedule your free consultation and learn more about appealing a judgment or order.

Fighting for Your Interests

If you feel your probate case was unfairly handled, the only way to alter it is through an appeal. With an appeal, you request to have another court reverse or change the judgment received in a previous court. This process is tricky and involves strict rules about timing requirements, permissible transcript content, the specific forms and paperwork to be filed, and the preferences of different judges and courts.

Some reasons to appeal a judgment include but are not limited to:

  • Clerical mistakes in documents or trial record
  • New evidence is available
  • Fraud
  • Neglect

No matter how complex the process is, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate the appeal from every angle. If you believe you have a case that is worthy of appeal, contact the experts at BRMM to learn about your options to challenge a judgment.

Aggressive Advocates in Troy

Our attorneys have extensive trial experience from frequent practice in probate court. This gives them the advantage of detail-oriented strategies that succeed. With decades of experience, our attorneys find solutions to even the trickiest appeals.

Contact BRMM today at (248) 494-4577 for a free consultation and to discuss your appeal options. We help to guide our clients in the right direction.

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