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Socrateaser: Reading APP-001 I encountered a guideline....

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Socrateaser: Reading APP-001 I encountered a guideline That reads that appeals need to be for controversies in excess of $25K.


How hard is that rule? My dispute is over $5,200

Even though not otherwise appealable, an appeal may be taken from an order made appealable by the Family Code. Code Civ. Proc. § 904.1(a)(10); see County of Lake v. Palla (2001) 94 CA4th 418, 421, 114 CR2d 277, 279 (appeal by County D.A. pursuant to Family Code § 17407(a) from orders denying county request to enter default child support judgments).

The APP-001 form states the general rule. Regardless, all final family court orders and judgments are appealable.

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