In filing an appeal for the Family Court, is it correct that filing an OTSC for a stay is an option if time is of the essence,
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I agree that this depends on the facts in the case. You don't provide enough information here for any of us to give our best "guestimate" and this is not an exact science. A lot of times courts won't grant a stay, but there are other times the court will under the right circumstances. It depends on what is going on in your case. I can't answer this question without more information. Your best bet is to consult an appellate attorney who practices family law. Best of luck to you.
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You neglected to state if it is a temporary order or a final one after trial or settlement. Meet with an experienced attorney in your area to discuss your case in more detail so you can get an informed opinion.
It depends on the facts of the case and there is no metric that is available.
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