What are the procedures for filing a Superior Court appeal?

It depends upon the laws of the state in which the "aggrieved" party resides. If the state does not have a constitutional or statutory provision pertaining to the type of case that is in question it is unlikely that an appellate court would hear the case. The general criteria for being able to file an appeal in a civil case is, a decision was rendered by a lower court that caused direct harm to a person's personal and property rights. The best option is to retain legal counsel or at least obtain legal advice before taking further action. It may be possible to obtain general information for filing procedures from the office of the clerk of the state appellate court in the county in which the interested party resides.