Whilst it is entirely possible to appeal a decision made by the court/ a Judge, it is important to understand that decisions cannot simply be appeal on the basis you do not agree and would like a second opinion. There are different qualifying legal reasons you can apply to seek an appeal of a decision; however, you must qualify (or claim) a legitimate reason for this. The most common applications for appeal are one of the parties feel that the law has been incorrectly applied. For example, if the court has an incorrect legal entity, or you feel the interpretation of the law applied was incorrect (as some legislation can be interpreted in different ways). Another common ground for appeal can be if a party to the claim feels that the court have failed to correctly consider substantial evidence in the matter. If you make an application for appeal, you will want to present your evidence. A separate judge will look at the case and appeal claim and will determine whether the above applies
I shall provide you with a helpful link that will assist you in finding a solicitor/representative near your local area. This will provide you with someone nearby your area who can assist you if required.
I hope this information proved helpful. You will find a local solicitor who deals with these matters on the law society webpage which is as follows;
https://www.lawsoc-ni.org/solicitors (N. Ireland)
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