What are the 12 grounds for divorce in Mississippi?

In Mississippi, there are 12 grounds on which people can divorce. Like other states, there is the option of a no-fault divorce. However, if you can't agree on settlement terms for child support, custody, alimony and property division, then you may need to sue the other party for a divorce. That's when one of the 12 faults comes into play.

Tips for welcoming a newly adopted child into the family

Welcoming a newly adopted child into the family is a very exciting time after months and even years of planning. You probably feel like you’re more than prepared, but the truth is, it may take more time and effort than imagined. If you are adopting a child who is six years of age or older, it may take more time for them to feel welcomed in their new family.

Do you have a right to counsel?

If you commit a felony, then you will need to look into a strong federal defense. Federal crimes range in severity, but the majority come with at least a year in prison and heavy fines. To protect yourself and your freedom, the best thing you can do is to work with a criminal attorney quickly.

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