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“Do you think the Judge was on the take?” There have certainly been instances of judicial corruption. However, truthfully they are few and far between. In Family Law matters Judges wield considerable power, read as discretion. The Judge, a.k.a.…

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Our Military service personell deal with serious family law issues which can be made more difficult due to their military service.  Being subject to activation, deployment, required training, frequent moves and dangerous activities add to making…

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Food, shelter and clothing are necessities and while providing them is the minimum, doing so alone does not make you a great parent. Do you encourage a relationship between the child and the other parent? Just NOT badmouthing them does not make you a…

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Kelly G. Williams is the first attorney in the state of Mississippi to be certified as a Child Welfare Law Specialist by the National Association of Counsel for Children (NACC). This certification requires an applicant to pass a rigorous examination. The…

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There is a run-off election tomorrow between the current Court of Appeals Judge Jack Wilson and the current Madison County Court Judge Ed Hannan for the Court of Appeals. Judge Jack Wilson You may read about each candidate at the site linked to their pics…

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“Do I NEED a Lawyer?”  If you are asking whether you need a lawyer, usually the answer is “Yes,” you need a lawyer! So, how do you know you NEED a lawyer? When you have been sued.  If you have been served papers or if there is an active lawsuit you need…

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Sitting Chancery Judge John McLaurin cruised to victory in Tuesday’s election, garnering over 75% of the vote. No small feat since about half of the time one litigant in his Courtroom could easily end up very dissatisfied. The citizens of Rankin County…

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Show up. If you have Court and your testimony matters, show up. If the issues before the Court impact you in a “bigly” manner, show up. Rarely is a good outcome achieved in your absence, and no amount of explanation will be sufficient if you weren’t there…

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Mississippi Law provides that a parent shall have access to their own child’s medical, dental and school records. This law does not limit the parent to only these records, but includes these. It also does not limit a parent because they may not have…

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In divorce situations the holidays, including Christmas, can be more difficult than any other time.  Christmas is a special time when everyone is supposed to get along and we celebrate family.  However, a divorce can certainly change that. Most often…
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