I’m going through a divorce my final judgment was signed on January 24, 2019 and I file for a motion for a new hearing and was granted a new hearing. The new trial was denied by the courts,May I file for a rehearing because I have new evidence Of fraud along with the old evidence of fraud that I Told my attorney about but she did not mention it in court. May I have five for rehearing or what is my next step
You should contact your family law attorney or an appellate attorney asap about filing a notice of appeal. Appellate time lines can be very tight.
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