As one could well imagine, sometimes trial courts do not render awards according to that which the party believes he or she is entitled to receive, or conversely one party believes the other should not have received.  Whether such an outcome is with respect to a temporary award or a permanent award, the Florida Appellate Rules of Procedure allows for certain types of appeals or special appellate proceedings called “original proceedings”.

While an appeal can be somewhat costly, with our over sixty years of experience here at Jonathan S. Root, P.A., we can properly and appropriately advise you as to whether or not based on the applicable standards of appellate review pertaining to your particular issue, you might have a viable appeal.