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Attorney in Garden City, New York: Matrimonial Appeals

If you have taken a divorce or family law matter to trial, but received an unfavorable result, you may have the right to appeal. You want an experienced appellate attorney for matrimonial issues, one who can give you a realistic assessment of chances of success on appeal. You want attorney Glenn Koopersmith.

At the law offices of Glenn Koopersmith, in Garden City, we have over 30 years of experience representing men and women in family law and divorce appeals. We handle all aspects of an appeal, from the research, document preparation and filing of matrimonial appeals to the oral argument. Contact our offices for a confidential consultation.

Matrimonial Appeals

Our practice focuses on divorce and family law appeals. The appellate process differs significantly from trial practice. Most importantly, appellate court judges do not listen to testimony. The court limits its review to whether or not the law was correctly applied to the facts of the case by the trial court.

Consequently, if you are considering filing an appeal of an order or judgment in the Supreme or Family Court, you need an attorney who works extensively with matrimonial and family law appeals. Even the most experienced trial lawyer may be unfamiliar with or uncertain of effective strategies for success on appeal.

At the law offices of Glenn Koopersmith, we have over three decades of experience successfully representing men and women in a wide range of matrimonial appeals. Because this is the focus of our practice, we have a comprehensive understanding of the laws governing custody, support and equitable distribution and how the courts have construed those laws. We have proven research, writing and oral advocacy skills, as attested to by our long record of success.

For an experienced appellate attorney for divorce and family law matters, contact us to arrange a confidential consultation. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am until 6 pm. Evening appointments are available upon request.