How do I file appeal to court decision?
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We don't usually offer advice on "in-litigation" matters - there are too many variables. This is such a case, but what I will offer is this: all you probably need to file is a Notice of Appeal. And do so within the time period for filing an appeal. THEN, once you've filed the Notice of Appeal, you can get your materials together, including the transcripts. There will be a deadline, but you can Motion for an extension if necessary. For that matter, you can Motion for an extension of time to decide whether or not to file the Notice of Appeal.
This is not a research service, so I can't provide you with relevant case law. That would cost you loads more than $15. I think, however, I've told you what you need to know, above. Request an extension of whatever deadline it is you have a problem meeting. Explain in the motion what is the reason for the delay (the transcripts). The judge typically automatically grants these requests.
This being an in-litigation matter, what you really need to do is talk to a local attorney if you have serious consequences at stake here. You are compromising your chances of reaching a good outcome by trying to do it on your own, as noble as the attempt may be.