Day: March 3, 2020

Ammendment Rights

Your Fifth Ammendment Rights

If a witness may face criminal charges based upon the underlying facts of the dissolution proceedings, the witness may invoke the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination.

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Appeals in Family Court

Many orders in family court are appealable. However, if one party has disregarded a court order, that party may be in contempt of court and unable to pursue an appeal.

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Interlocutory Appeals

Interlocutory Appeals

Interlocutory appeals, which are orders that are made before the final judgment is entered, are generally not appealable. In addition, post-judgment orders that are entered before a final judgment are not immediately appealable, and do not become ripe for appeal until a final judgment is made.

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