A divorce is not something that anyone wants to go through. It is a difficult and stressful process regardless of the circumstances. Divorces raise legal and financial issues that can overwhelm anybody. Mississippi allows you to represent yourself, but that is not recommended. Only if you have a good understanding of Mississippi law, it is a simple divorce and no children are involved, is it even plausible to represent yourself. Minor mistakes in a divorce can lead to delays in the legal process, loss of money and loss of property. If there are children involved, mistakes can lead to loss of custody, visitation and other parental rights regarding your children. This presents an emotional hardship for both the children and the client. Protect your rights and hire a dedicated advocate who understands family-law in Mississippi and will negotiate a fair settlement or, if necessary, fight for you in court.
Jackson Area Mississippi Divorce Attorney William C. Coon can help. I represent men and women throughout the State of Mississippi who need legal advice on divorce and matters associated with divorce, such as child custody, visitation, child support or spousal maintenance (alimony). I can help you understand your legal options and your situation in order to negotiate a fair settlement with your spouse and represent your interests vigorously and thoroughly. There are two parts to effective communication and listening to the client is as important if not more important than giving them advice. I will listen to you, so that I can understand your specific circumstances and help determine what your goals are. My philosophy is to negotiate the best possible settlement, while minimizing the financial and emotional stress on the client.
Mississipi Divorce Attorney
If you have are considering a divorce anywhere in the State of Mississippi, contact William C. Coon by phone 601.898.0400, by email at email@example.com or drop by The Coon Law Firm, PLLC’s Madison, MS office.
William C. Coon is also licensed in Louisiana and is well situated to handle family-law cases where one or more of the parties reside in Louisiana, where there are minor children in Louisiana and/or some other aspect of the case involves Louisiana law.