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Characterization of stay orders for the purposes of appeal

By Andrew Feldstein

This recent decision from the Court of Appeal causes some confusion with respect to the characterization of stay orders for the purposes of appeal, and the requirements for an exception to the general rule that an order granting a stay is final, but an order refusing a stay is interlocutory. The parties were married in 2001 and separated in 2005. There is one child of the marriage, born in 2004. The parties were divorced in December 2006. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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