here are numerous reasons why a trial court may have erred in ruling the way it did in your case. From admitting evidence improperly to incorrectly applying the law to the facts in your case, the trial court’s decision may be in question. If you’ve decided to appeal the decision of a final order, a strong advocate is critical to succeeding on appeal. At Bell & Washington, we have more than 50 years of combined family law experience, with attorney Celeste Brewer
specializing in appeals over the past 14 years. She has developed an expertise and reputation in the Georgia Supreme Court and the Georgia Court of Appeals for her work in handling appeals. She has won several precedent-setting cases and has garnered an incredibly impressive reversal rate of 90%. Some of them are: Monroe v. Taylor, 259 Ga.App. 600 (2003); Seeley v. Seeley, 282 Ga. App. 394 (2006), Simmons vs. Williams, 294 Ga. 204 (2007). Her work in appeals has been frequently cited in appellate work, earning a strong reputation in the Georgia Courts.
If you are unsatisfied with the results of your family law case in a Georgia court, there is no need to lose hope. Contact Bell & Washington LLP in our Atlanta office. There are no fees or obligations for an initial consultation and we would be delighted to speak with and assist you. Call us today at 404.437.6641 for a free consultation.