Compassionate Representation from Hernando Divorce Attorneys
Providing skilled legal support during your divorce
Getting a divorce affects every aspect of your life, from your relationships to your finances. It is an emotionally difficult time, and it is important to be represented by an experienced attorney who can ease some of your burden. At Taylor Jones Taylor, the Hernando divorce lawyers are dedicated to guiding you through the process. Since the firm was founded in 1964, they have been helping clients in northwestern Mississippi through divorces with compassion, respect, and skill. No matter how complex your marriage dissolution may be, the firm is prepared to help.
Handling all divorce-related matters
Divorces are complicated and involve many different issues. The firm handles all of the ancillary issues of your divorce, including:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Spousal support
- Property division
- Asset division
- Estate planning
While thinking about all of these issues may seem daunting, you do not have to go through it alone. The attorneys at Taylor Jones Taylor are dedicated to working closely with you to develop a strategy that benefits you and your children.
What are the requirements for divorce?
In order to dissolve your marriage in Mississippi, you must meet certain requirements, including:
- At least one spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least six months before you can file.
- If you are filing based on irreconcilable differences, you can file in the county where either spouse lives, but you must wait at least sixty days for the divorce to be finalized.
- If the divorce is based on fault, it must be filed in the county of the person claiming fault grounds unless that person is not a resident of the state.
An experienced and knowledgeable Hernando divorce attorney can further explain these requirements as they guide you through your divorce.
Understanding grounds for divorce
In Mississippi, you have the option to file your divorce based on irreconcilable differences or on fault grounds. Irreconcilable differences, or no-fault grounds, means that the spouses no longer get along and both agree to the divorce. If the other issues relating to the divorce are still contested, the court will resolve those matters.
In a divorce based on fault grounds, the spouse filing for divorce must name a reason. The potential reasons for a fault divorce include:
- Criminal conviction
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Willful desertion
- Habitual cruel and inhuman treatment
Contact a Hernando divorce lawyer today
If you are going through a divorce in Mississippi, turn to Taylor Jones Taylor. The firm’s attorneys will guide you through every aspect of your divorce. Call 662.253.5193 or contact the firm to learn more about how we can help you.
Types of Cases We Handle
Our Hernando attorneys handle a variety of cases, including:
133 East Commerce Street
Hernando, MS 38632
Phone: (662) 449-4050
Fax: (662) 449-4051