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Cassation

CassationIn the case where you have a family dispute in court, which ended with a verdict of hearing that you are not satisfied with a very, according to current legislation, you have the right to appeal the decision.The appellate court examines the validity and legitimacy of the verdict, has the right to repeal it and make a new decision on the process.

In addition, if your case has already been examined by the court of appeal, then you can file a cassation appeal in the Supreme Court to review the special civil and criminal cases, which has the right to revoke the verdicts of courts of first instance and appeal and render its decision on the case, or refer the case back for retrial.

Submission of an appeal or appeals from decisions of family disputes, as well as the presence of criminal defense lawyer directly in the court of cassation and appellate courts, requires counsel solid qualifications and experience.

We offer legal assistance to appeal and cassation appeal against the verdicts of courts of first instance on such family-related issues:

  1. the appeal and the appellate appeal the decision to break off the marriage;
  2. appellate and cassation appeal the verdict on the separation of marital property;
  3. appellate and cassation appeal against the decision on alimony;
  4. appellate and cassation appeal the sentence on the establishment of alternate residence and education of children;
  5. appellate and cassation appeal the verdict or deny paternity;
  6. appellate and cassation appeal against the decision of obtaining permission to cross the Ukrainian border with the child without the consent and support of the father or mother, and son.

The cost of legal services to appeal and cassation appeal against the verdict is always dependent on the complexity of your case.The cost of attorney advice includes:.

  • study of financial problems;
  • making the appeal or the appeal, and the transfer of complaints to the appropriate appellate court or the Supreme Special Court for consideration of criminal and civil cases;
  • participation in the complaint in the appropriate appellate court or the Supreme Court to review the special criminal and civil cases.

 

 

 
 
 
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