You generally have 45 days to appeal a final order. The time limit is longer, but more complicated, for an appeal of an order issued in a case that is still proceeding. This type of appeal is known as an interlocutory appeal. Interlocutory appeals are permitted to be filed under very limited circumstances.
The appeal process is very complex and can be very confusing. If you think you may want to appeal an order issued in your case, do not let any time pass before contacting to schedule a consultation to discuss your case history and the problematic order issued by the Court.
We encourage you to read our blog article titled, “Thinking About Appealing? Think Fast!”