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Assisting Mississippi Families Through The Divorce Process

A divorce can be complex, complicated and emotionally taxing for families. Many important decisions must be made, and these decisions can have a lasting impact on individuals and families. When you make the decision to separate, you will want a trusted lawyer on your side. Hollis Legal Solutions, PLLC, provides strategic solutions to all family law matters. Mr. Hollis will personally guide you through the divorce process and fight to achieve your goals as you transition to a life apart from your spouse.

Divorce Solutions That Fit Your Needs

In Mississippi, individuals can file for either a contested or an uncontested divorce. Contested divorce alleges martial or improper conduct. A family law attorney can help you understand your options and help protect the best interests of you and your family.

There are 12 grounds for divorce in Mississippi. These grounds include:

  • Natural impotency
  • Adultery
  • Incarceration
  • Desertion
  • Drug use
  • Alcoholism
  • Cruel and inhumane treatment
  • Insanity at the time of marriage
  • Bigamy
  • Pregnancy of wife at the time of marriage
  • Kinship between spouses
  • Incurable insanity

You may file for divorce under a combination of these grounds or individually depending on your specific situation. Mississippi divorce courts will inquire into the facts of your circumstances, and require proof of your allegations in order to permit a divorce.

High Quality Representation With Personalized Attention

At Hollis Legal Solutions, PLLC, we cater to your individual needs. Mr. Hollis will take the time to listen to your concerns and strategize to create a unique plan that is tailored to suit your case. He will answer your questions and help your understand which grounds for divorce best suits your situation. Mr. Hollis will then use his extensive litigation experience to ensure that you have the proof required by the court in order to file your contested divorce.

If you are considering a divorce, don’t hesitate to obtain knowledgeable legal counsel to help you through the process. Contact us today. Call our office at 662-892-3717. Located in Olive Branch, we also serve clients throughout Southaven and Hernando.

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