With rare exception, after 40 years of law practice, I have never seen a lawyer publicly disclose what he or she charges for various legal services. Until now … and I’m bringing the house.
Many clients are, at first, indecisive about whether they should get divorced on the ground of “IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES” or whether they should file a “FAULT” or what is more commonly known as a “CONTESTED DIVORCE.”
As our population grows older, litigation over property in estates and the validity and construction of a person’s Last Will & Testament are becoming more common. These are the SIX things you should know about Wills, Estates and Estate Litigation in Mississippi. 1. First and foremost, SEEK OUT THE BEST WILL, ESTATE AND ESTATE LITIGATION […]
In Mississippi there are various means for the collection of child support. If the non-custodial parent becomes delinquent in payment of child support, the custodial parent may file a contempt action in the Chancery Court in which the divorce was granted or the Order for payment of child support may be filed for enforcement in […]
IT SEEMS TO BE INCREASINGLY COMMON for spouses (particularly the wife) to charge the husband with physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse of the children of the marriage once the “fur starts flying” (see previous post—Part 4). Of course, this could be true. Then, again it may not be and it is just a tactic to […]
“WHOA, LET’S BACK UP, HOSS….” From some old common wisdom gained (and forcibly impressed over the years): “The person you marry at 20 will not be the same person you’re married to at 30.” We all change over the years; scientists tell us that by replacement of cells, the body you have at 20 (and, […]