The other way to appeal a family law case in Michigan is with an appeal by leave, which can be filed under two circumstances.
1 - The order being appealed is not a final judgment and there is no appeal of right available
2- if the order or judgment was appeal-able of right, but a claim of appeal was not timely filed, a delayed appeal may be filed.
What's an emergency appeal family law in Michigan?
If a party believes there is an urgent circumstance that requires the court of appeals to hear an appeal, under certain circumstances, the party may file and serve a motion for immediate consideration . The appeal must state facts that show why an immediate hearing is required. The other party will have an opportunity to respond to the emergency appeal.
What are some common Michigan family law issues that can be appealed?
This list is not meant to be complete, there are a number of other issues that may be appealed in Michigan.
- Arbitration - amend or vacate order
- Reward of attorney fees
- Changed circumstances
- Child custody
- Child support
- Setting aside default judgment
- Domicile of child
- Parenting time/visitation
- Personal protection order
- Spousal support
- Disposition of property