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Motion for New Trial

In Arizona, when the judge has issued his “Final Judgment” by way of “Decree of Dissolution,” certain time limits begin in which to file a “Motion for New Trial.” This must be done within 15 days after the Decree of Dissolution is signed and filed by the judge, or this remedy will be waived forever. Motions for New Trial are supported only on very specific grounds, and are not often granted by trial judges. In order to find out if your case involves these very limited grounds, you need to contact us or call us at (602)254-8880 in order to set an appointment for a free initial consultation with The Cantor Law Group. If these grounds do not exist, then a more common remedy would be by way of an Appeal.

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