If a decision has been made against you after your matter was heard in court you may be able to appeal that decision in certain circumstances. An appeal can be complicated and there are usually restrictions on when a person can appeal. LME provides quality legal services in relation to appeals for highly competitive fees, below.
All you need to do is provide
- Your details
- The details of decision
- Payment details
If you are planning to appeal a decision, LME may need to apply for a stay to prevent the other person from applying to the court to sieze your property or deduct money from your salary or bank account, for example.
This page only applies when you disagree that you owe the debt. If you agree you owe the money but can’t afford to pay it, for example, see our page Manage debt. In any case, do not simply ignore a legal letter, court claim or judgment because this is likely to make matters worse.