What can I do if I am not happy with the final order made in my case?
If you are discontent with the final verdict that has been made by the judge dealing with your case, you may be able to appeal the decision. You would first need to obtain permission to appeal from the judge who made the final order or a senior judge.
An appeal will only be allowed if the judge trying the matter has erred in law, or the decision was unjust due to serious procedural irregularities within the proceedings.
Before taking such a step if is always recommended that you seek legal advice, as the appeals process can be very costly, with no guarantee you will be able to overturn the decision made.