Weinbaum P.A. provides representation to lenders and borrowers in foreclosure appeals throughout Florida. Weinbaum P.A. handles foreclosure appeals of final orders and non-final orders. Final orders generally come at the end of a case, when the court has resolved all issues between the parties. Final orders must generally be appealed within 30 days of their rendition. Fla. R. App. P. 9.110(b).
Rendition generally occurs when a written order is signed and filed with the clerk of the lower court. Fla. R. App. P. 9.020(i). Non-final orders are all orders not constituting final orders. Only a few non-final orders are appealable, such as orders granting motions for new trial or orders entered on authorized and timely motions for relief from judgment, and Fla. R. App. P. 9.130 defines them all. Non-final orders must generally be appealed within 30 days of their rendition. Fla. R. App. P. 9.130(b).
The founder of Weinbaum P.A., Ms. Weinbaum has worked on many appeals or related matters in the Florida appellate courts, including foreclosure appeals. Ms. Weinbaum is also a former litigation attorney, who represented lenders in contested foreclosure matters throughout Florida. It is important to get an experienced appellate attorney who knows the foreclosure process, the appellate rules of procedure, has handled foreclosure appeals before the Florida appellate courts, can craft top-quality briefs and present persuasive oral arguments.
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