The Minefield of Appellate Practice: Notices of Appeal
The Illinois Appellate Court’s recent opinion in In re Marriage of Micheli, 2014 IL Application (2d) 121245 (filed This summer 31, 2014), illustrates involve retaining appellate specialists to deal with all publish-trial and appellate filings, such as the stealthily simple notice of appeal.
In Micheli, appellant John Micheli searched for overview of that area of the trial court’s dissolution of marriage judgment imposing the quantity and time period of spousal maintenance he was obligated to pay for his ex-wife, appellee Ellen Micheli. In her own mix-appeal, Ellen searched for overview of that area o the 4th area of the judgment – an element of the judgment which was obviously necessary for her – was lost because it wasn’t specified by the notice of mix-appeal. Micheli implies that, with regards to appellate work, the demon is incorporated in the detail, and when any detail is missing you might find your appeal ignored.