Google Review

Need to appeal your case in Florida or in Federal Court? We can assist.

Our attorneys have a varied and extensive focus on appellate law, and can provide drafting of appellate briefs and presentation of oral argument in the federal courts, the Florida Supreme Court and the district courts of Florida.

We handle appeals involving business and corporate law, and complex litigation cases which include breach of contract, real estate transactions, construction disputes and other property rights cases. We also handle family law appeals, including equitable distribution, support and paternity issues, probate and guardianship appeals, and administrative appeals.

Widerman Malek has experience providing trial support to trial attorneys in complex litigation matters. Preserving the record is of primary importance for success on appeal. Our attorneys offer trial support in every area of trial preparation, including the drafting of motions, both pre-trial and post-trial, as well as attending the trial itself. We also work with trial counsel to present mock oral argument to allow attorneys a meaningful opportunity to prepare and maximize their efforts to protect their clients’ interests. Attorneys nearing trial should consider consulting with an experienced appellate attorney to ensure that a potential appeal is addressed in their trial strategy and preparation.

CONTACT US TODAY

Our lawyers believe in providing the highest quality service and will give their full attention to handling your case. Each member of our legal team is highly skilled and experienced, which allows you to have confidence throughout each step of your case.

Please contact us today to schedule your appointment with our firm’s attorneys. We will create a strategy for your case and guide you through each step until we have achieved the best possible results for your appeal.

If you would like to meet with one of our appellate attorneys, please call us to schedule a consultation at 321-255-2332 or complete our contact form.

Contact Us

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.