My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New Jersey
If a Judge of a New Jersey county-based Superior Court, Chancery Division: Probate Part, made a ruling that affected the Executor/Trustee at the conclusion of addressing a Verified Complaint (e.g., to remove a personal representative and impose fidiciary reimbursement), and the Executor/Trustee truly felt the decision was improper, to whom would that Executor/Trustee appeal to reconsider the case and judgement? (Let's assume that the appeal truly would have merit.)
After looking around the Internet, I got the impression that the appeal would be addressed to the NJ Supreme Court, but I am not sure about this.
Any specific advice on how to proceed with such an appeal would be appreciated. A link to the specific agency with information on how to proceed would terrific. Thanks.