During Mississippi family law cases, children are easily caught in the middle. This could involve child custody, parenting time and support. Regarding custody and parenting time, the court will base its determination on the child’s best interests. For best interests,...
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Four key budget considerations as you head into divorce
The financial outcome of your divorce can leave you concerned about your future. After all, if you don’t maximize your opportunities for securing the resources that you deserve, then you might struggle to make ends meet as you move into your post-divorce life. To...
Mississippi Supreme Court rules on alienation of affection
A spouse who deems that the other’s actions warrant separation initiates an “at-fault” divorce. Mississippi law permits an uncommon fault-based basis for divorce: alienation of affection. Although rarely litigated, this legal claim permits someone presently or...