From the Blog
The Purpose of Spousal Support in Mississippi
Alimony is based on several factors, and it may impact your Mississippi divorce in various ways.
What if My Spouse Refuses a Divorce in Mississippi?
Divorce can be difficult enough when both spouses agree to end things. It can be significantly more difficult if one side wants out and the other does not.
Is It Necessary to Probate a Will in Mississippi?
Is probate court always necessary? Not with proper planning.
When Can My Child Decide Which Parent to Live With in Mississippi?
At what age can the child decide which parent to live with, and does the court have to listen?
How Equitable Distribution Works for Divorces in Mississippi
Mississippi follows the equitable distribution model when it comes to property division in a divorce. Here’s what that means: