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Hello my name is Ross and I can help with this matter.
Before I advise, can you provide me with some further information. What was the final hearing in relation to? What was the decision and on what grounds are you looking to appeal. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
It would be difficult for me to comment as I do not know the ins and outs of the case. However, there are specific laws in relation to divorce settlements and it doesn't quite boil down to who has paid for what over the years. However, in law, you cannot simply appeal a decision which has been made because you do not agree with the outcome. You can only appeal a decision if you feel that there has been an error in law in the judgment. As I said, I cannot comment on what you potential argument would be as I do not know the facts of the case. However, you could instruct a local solicitor (or your current solicitor) to review the judgment and if they feel they can argue that the law has not been correctly applied then they could appeal the design. This is not an uncommon thing to happen and judges generally do not have an issue when their judgments are appealed. However, as this requires a working knowledge of the law it is highly advisable to instruct representation. Additionally, you can see if you are either entitled to legal aid, or alternatively see if one of the law firms local to you (or bigger ones in the nearest city) would give you a free review and/or consultation before you look at paying out to go back to court for this matter. I do hope that you can get a positive resolution for this matter.
I hope this information has helped. You can find a local solicitor who deals with this on the law society webpage which is;
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I see, if you are looking to make an appeal then I would highly recommend instructing legal representation. As stated above, some firms will offer a free consultation which can provide you with inflation in relation to the strength of your claim. I sincerely with you all the best moving forward.
No problem, all the best.