Family Law Appeals

Well Versed in the Skills of Appellate Advocacy

When one of the parties is dissatisfied with a  trial court ruling, that party can appeal the decision to the appellate court, asking that court to review the case and reverse the decision.

The legal skills necessary to handle an appeal are much different than those skills used at the trial court. Your appellate attorney must be able to negotiate the very complex rules of the appellate court and excel at legal research and writing. Few lawyers practicing in the trial court have the skills required to handle an appeal.

Well Versed in the Skills of Appellate Advocacy

The lawyers at the Peskind Law firm regularly represent people in the appellate courts of this state. Steven Peskind has briefed and argued two important cases in the Illinois Supreme Court affecting child relocation and the law defining who is eligible to be a parent. He is a member of Scribes, a legal writing honor society and writes and speaks frequently around the country. Over the course of his career he has personally handled many appeals.

Contact our Client Liaison, Jenna Adams at jenna@peskindlaw.com or call the office at 630-444-0701 to discuss the availability of our firm for your appeal.

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