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Child Support: When Does it End?

Mississippi has long held that child support obligations are fully vested when due. That means a monthly payment is due that month. Mississippi has also long held that past support

Mississippi Rules of Criminal Procedure

Mississippi has new Rules of Criminal Procedure. Rules of Court are rather new to the justice system. For centuries courts operated with virtually no procedural rules, especially in criminal matters.

New Laws as of July 1, 2016

Tomorrow is July 1, 2016. A number of new laws go into effect tonight at midnight. You can read about changes to expungement of criminal records here. You can read

“Adultery” May Not Be Adultery

In Mississippi, adultery is a ground for divorce. Adultery is defined as sexual relations between a married person and someone who is not that person’s spouse. It is usually committed

Mississippi Expands Expunctions

Beginning July 1, 2016, Mississippi will have expanded its expungement law to Justice Courts for misdemeanor convictions. Justice Courts handle cases from almost any law enforcement agencies other than city

Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project

I am honored to have been again selected to serve on the Advisory Board of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project. The Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (MVLP) is a non-profit legal

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