When someone files an appeal of child custody final judgement, are all of the documents presented in court included in the appeal for the higher court to review, or are only the documents that were entered as evidence used in the review? What does "Directions to the Clerk" mean? On what grounds can someone file an appeal? I've seen that there has to be an error of law, but what does that mean?
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