Greenville Divorce Lawyers

Mississippi Divorce Resource

Divorce can cause a wave of turmoil that not only hinders your life both emotionally and financially, but also creates long-lasting ripples that reach well into your future and the future of your family members.

At Dyer, Dyer, Jones & Daniel, Attorneys at Law, we want to help you avoid the unnecessary negative effects related to your divorce, and help you navigate the often complex Mississippi legal process surrounding the proceedings.

Helping You Settle Your Divorce

We understand that making the decision to divorce and following through with it can be difficult, not to mention exhausting. We want you to know that we are committed to protecting your rights and your family.

With more than nine decades of combined experience of guiding residents of western Mississippi through varied and multifaceted divorces, we are secure in our belief that we can assist you with your own personal situation.

If you have questions regarding your divorce and the Mississippi laws surrounding your decision, contact Dyer, Dyer, Jones & Daniels, Attorneys at Law today.

Contested or Uncontested?

While mediation and negotiation are ideal when trying to preserve harmony in your life, we understand that the parties involved in your divorce settlement may not voluntarily agree on the decision to divorce. In these cases, Dyer, Dyer, Jones and Daniels are devoted to protecting your interests by using their solid litigation skills in court.

While we can secure both mediation and arbitration proceedings to help conclude your divorce, we also provide legal guidance and representation in cases involving:

Irreconcilable differences - You may be able to reach a divorce settlement in as little as two months if you and your spouse mutually decide to part ways and can agree on the division of property, financial support and child custody. Due to the unpredictable nature of marital relationships, it is still important to legally protect yourself and your property when dealing with your uncontested divorce.

Fault-based divorce - This happens when a spouse files for divorce due to faults in the marriage as stated in Mississippi's divorce laws, including adultery, desertion, etc. In this case, you'll need a compassionate, experienced divorce lawyer to protect your rights throughout the duration of your divorce.

Moreover, we offer sound legal advice and representation regarding alimony, child support, equitable distribution claims and other family-related matters that could arise during your divorce.

Are You Facing Divorce in Mississippi? Call Today

If you need help with your contested or uncontested divorce, or would like mediation and arbitration assistance, contact Dyer, Dyer, Jones & Daniels, Attorneys at Law, today at 662-580-4551, or contact us online. Our Greenville divorce attorneys have more than 90 years of combined experience in several areas of law, including but not limited to civil and business litigation, criminal defense, personal injury and family law. Our office is conveniently located across the street from the Washington County Courthouse.

Dyer, Dyer, Jones & Daniels, Attorneys at Law
149 North Edison Street, Suite A
Greenville, MS 38701
Phone: 662-580-4551
Toll Free: 888-673-5324
Fax: 662-378-2672
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