A Leader in Texas Appeals 

Handling the appellate process is a demanding, complicated, and time-sensitive task. Appellate work requires some of the most sophisticated legal reasoning performed by an attorney.

The firm offers representation on civil appeals, criminal appeals, and family law appeals, to attorneys and clients in Texas. We will not hesitate to tell you if we advise against filing an appeal. Additionally, we can file petitions for writ of mandate to the court of appeals for interim orders that are not appealable. (It is also important to consider obtaining appellate advice before trial, in order to help preserve and identify appellate issues that may be overlooked or unassailable after final judgment.)

STEPS TO VICTORY

These are the following steps we will take to help you obtain the outcome you are looking for.

STEPS TO VICTORY

These are the following steps we will take to help you obtain the outcome you are looking for.

1. NOTICE OF APPEAL.

Once a judgment has been entered, and the decision to appeal has been made, we prepare the formal notice of appeal and ensure that all of the required fees are paid.

2. RECORD ON APPEAL.

The court of appeals will ask the appellant to designate the paperwork that is necessary to support the legal arguments for the appeal. Failure to file this timely and accurately will cause delays or, worse, a dismissal. We take care that every document is filed on time and with all the necessary information.

2. RECORD ON APPEAL.

The court of appeals will ask the appellant to file the required paperwork that is necessary to support the legal arguments for the appeal. Failure to file this timely and accurately will cause delays or, worse, a dismissal. We take care that every document is filed on time and with all the necessary information.

3. MOTIONS AND ORAL ARGUMENTS.

If there are problems with the appeal or an oral argument needs to be presented, Mr. Parker can handle these items for you. Once the final decision is rendered by the court of appeal, we can assess whether there are any further remedies to pursue, such as reconsideration in the appeal court or petition for review to the supreme court.

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