Q: If I receive a paper from the courthouse saying my appeal was discharged what does that mean after the initial brief???
I don't even have an attorney on this case yet I've been having to do everything myself and I'm scared I don't know what I'm doing it's for my rights for my kids.
A: Is the case in Florida? It is really difficult to answer based on how the question is presented, but would be easy to answer if someone who knows what they are doing looks at the docket. There are many Florida appellate attorneys who will give you a free consultation if you simply google "Florida appellate attorney" and call and ask.
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