We are possessory conservators over our Grandson. We went into court on the 14th of this month, and had a psychologist with over 35 years experience rule in our favor, but the jury ruled differently. We lost our case, even to the surprise of everyone involved. We are considering appealing the case, but don't know how much merit we would have. So much of the evidence wasn't even brought forward, and we're wondering if this can be produced at the appeal? It would still be within the last final order date. We're just wondering how often these type cases are overturned, and whether or not we should go forward with this or not? We're not happy knowing our Grandson isn't getting what's in his best interest - like denied speech therapy, and medical needs! Please let me hear from you.
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