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Year: 2022

Bankruptcy helps stop foreclosure

The thought of being turned out of one's home and having nowhere to go is terrifying. Yet, many people in Mississippi face this as a very real prospect. Such situations often occur through foreclosure. A homeowner falls behind in mortgage payments, and the lenders...

Regaining child custody

Having a family court judge restrict or prohibit parenting time with children in a divorce is undoubtedly an upsetting and stressful experience. It can be embarrassing and distressing to hear a judge say that the court has determined that one's children are better off...

Enforcing a child support order

When a pair of Mississippi parents divorce, they must resolve issues regarding their children's financial needs. Such issues include the children's immediate future needs. In most cases, the court orders one parent (often the noncustodial parent) to pay child support....

What is a gray divorce?

There are many Mississippi households that include married couples who have been together for more than three or four decades. Long ago, it was nearly unthinkable that a spouse might consider going his or her own way rather than staying in an unhappy relationship....

3 ways to avoid contention in a divorce

When two Mississippi spouses decide that they’d rather move on in life without each other rather than stay in an unhappy marriage, there are certain issues they must resolve before going their separate ways. Various factors, such as those pertaining to children if the...