how long do you have to appeal a order for judgment in a custody ( a brother vs. sister
I got custody of my nicec on4/3/07stating sole legal and physical custody
we meet the interested third party 257c.03,subd.7(2) (b), and 257.04,subd.2.
Optional Information: kasson, MinnesotaAlready Tried: i have'nt done anything i got custody i would like to know as to how long he has
In Minneasota he has 60 days from the date or the order to file for an appeal. Further the purpose of an appeal is to make sure the lower court's decision applied the correct law when it rendered its decision. This means that if there was a mistaken in law, it does not necessary reverse the decision of custody; rather it makes sure that the lower court applies the law and local rules accordingly. But to answer your question he has 60 days to file an appeal. You can read about the appeal process here.Rule 104 (page 11) discusses the 60 days required for an appeal.Legal Disclaimer: The information given by me is for informational/research use only and you are paying me only for such information. The information contained herewith is not legal advice and by rendering such information there is no formation of an attorney-client relationship. I also do not claim to be licensed to practice in the state where this information is being provided. I strive to provide quality information, but I make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked herein and it’s associated sites. As law is always changing, you are advised to speak with the appropriate legal counsel for accurate information. Thank you.
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