Are you waking up in the middle of the night, worrying about how you're going to pay your divorce lawyer? Breaking into a cold sweat at the thought of going to court and arguing in front of strangers? Relax. It doesn't have to be that bad. If you and your spouse are on amicable terms and you think you
During a divorce, either spouse can ask the judge to award spousal support. In Mississippi, this type of financial support from one spouse to the other is known as alimony. The court will consider an alimony award if need financial support and your spouse is able to provide it.
Overview Annulment is a civil court process that declares a marriage never existed. You can only get an annulment in very limited situations. Many people think an annulment is an easier or quicker alternative to getting a divorce but this is simply not true. Because the situations in which an annulment
Every day in hospitals and birthing centers throughout America, parents are delighted to welcome their babies to the world. When the little one is ready, parents and child go home together, as a family. All is right with the world. And sometimes that's where the story ends.
Not only does domestic violence cause raw, lasting pain and leave families in turmoil, but it can also affect who gets custody of a couple’s children. This article will explain what domestic violence is and how it affects child custody in Mississippi. If you have any questions after you read this article, consult with a family law attorney for advice.
Both Parents Must Support the Child In Mississippi, both parents have a duty to support their child, but only the non-custodial parent makes child support payments. The non-custodial parent is the parent who spends less than half time with the child (or children).
This article will explain how child support orders are enforced in the State of Mississippi. If you have any questions about child support enforcement after you read this article, you should contact a family law attorney for advice. Child Support Overview Whether you’re divorcing or you’ve never