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We Handle All Types of Appeals

The lawyers at Combs Greene are experience in handling all types of appeals. Many of our appellate clients are referred to us by other the trial lawyers who do not handle appellate issues. Steve Combs and Deborah Greene have handled dozens of appellate matters, both before the appellate Courts in the State of Florida, as well as before federal appellate Courts.

But there are very short deadlines which apply to appeals and appellate matters, and if these are not met your right to appeal could be lost forever. So it’s important for you to act now.

Appellate law requires a thorough knowledge and understanding of the substantive law which applies to the case on appeal, and the Rules of Appellate Procedure, which strictly govern every aspect of an appeal, as well as an attention to detail, both as to the facts and law applicable to the case, as well as to the record from the trial Court below. Our lawyers possess the knowledge and experience necessary to effectively handle just about every type of appellate matter.

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