The Judge Ruled Against Me in My Family Law Case – Now What?
A judgment against you doesn’t have to be the end of a family law case. If you disagree with the judge’s ruling, you may be able to file a bill of review and get a second chance. With the right attorney, you can even win your bill of review case, though it may be more difficult.
If you’re unhappy with the result of your trial, please read our Bill of Review eBook to learn more about your rights and legal options. You can contact our attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC anytime – 24/7 – for a free case evaluation, too. We can help determine if you have a case and file your bill of review within the appropriate time frame.
First, take a look at Bryan Fagan’s eBook and get an overview of bill of review cases.
In the eBook, Attorney Fagan covers:
- Why you might need a bill of review
- How to get a bill of review granted
- Mistakes within the family court
- De novo hearings
- Filing a motion for a new trial
- Default judgments
- And more
You can also find a real-life example of a successful bill of review case in Texas. After reading our eBook, we are confident you will have a basic understanding of bill of review cases and how this legal process may apply to your family law case.
You can download our eBook free of charge by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
Nevertheless, no free online resource can replace personalized legal advice from an experienced attorney.
If you are considering requesting a bill of review, please call the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online today, so we can evaluate your case during a free initial consultation!