KAREN L. VALIHURA, Justice.
(1) The above appeals—No. 113, 2017 and No. 192, 2017—are from a Family Court Judge's orders on a petition for protection from abuse ("PFA") and on a related motion for fees and costs. Appeal No. 113, 2017 is from the Judge's February 23, 2017 order affirming a Commissioner's order granting the PFA petition. Appeal No. 192, 2017 is from the Judge's April 6, 2017 order affirming in part and rejecting in part the Commissioner's order on the motion for fees and costs and remanding the matter for further proceedings before the Commissioner. In the interest of judicial economy, the appeals have been consolidated, sua sponte, for decision.
(2) The Clerk issued notices to show cause in both appeals. In appeal No. 192, 2017, the appellant was directed to show cause why the appeal should not be dismissed for her failure to comply with Supreme Court Rule 42 when filing an appeal from an interlocutory order. In appeal No. 113, 2017, the appellant was directed to show cause why the appeal should not be dismissed for her failure to pay required record preparation and transcript fees associated with the appeal.
(3) In appeal No. 192, 2017, the appellant filed a response to the notice to show cause, contending that the April 6 order is a final order and not an interlocutory order. The appellant has not responded to the notice to show cause in appeal No. 113, 2017.
(4) Absent compliance with Supreme Court Rule 42, this Court is limited to the review of a final judgment.
(5) In this case, the Court has concluded that these appeals are from non-final interlocutory orders and must be dismissed for the appellant's failure to comply with Rule 42. In appeal No. 113, 2017, the February 23 order was not the final judgment because it did not rule on the pending motion for fees and costs.
(6) Although the appeals must be dismissed as premature, the appellant's right of appeal from the February 23 and April 6 orders will remain intact pending the issuance of a final order
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that appeal No. 113, 2017 and appeal No. 192, 2017 are DISMISSED without prejudice to the appellant's right to file a new appeal once a final order is entered in the Family Court.