What information is needed to win an appeal? Jeff Hughes J.D. | July 15, 2015 – from Ricard W. in New Berlin, WI Question Details: My child support payments are too high. These payments will benefit the mother more than my children. What information do I need to appeal? Family Law Attorney Response: Thank you for your question. It was discussed in Leggett v. Leggett 134 Wis.2d 384, 396 N.W.2d 787 (Ct. App. 1986) that, in order to win an appeal or enforce a judgment, there must be facts and arguments that support the conclusion or show how you will suffer if the stay is not granted. If you have any more questions, feel free to call. Jeff Hughes, J.D. Managing Partner Related Posts:How much time do I have to appeal a misdemeanor? December 26, 2013 Should I have to pay for my wife’s attorney’s fees? July 21, 2014 Can the court take away already awarded support? August 21, 2014 Is a trial court’s decision on property division final? July 18, 2014 The court split my retirement fund with my ex-husband, can I appeal this? July 25, 2015 What does it mean if an appeal is moot? July 22, 2014 Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.