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Mississippi Family Law

Irreconcilable Differences

A “no fault” divorce through agreement is called irreconcilable differences. You and your spouse can agree that you want to be divorced and agree to all aspects of your property division and all the intricate details concerning your continued care for your children post-divorce. If you choose this route, there are five basic documents your lawyer will prepare 1) Complaint; 2) Two Financial Statements; 3) Marital Dissolution Agreement and 4) Final Judgment. Read More

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R+E Partners

On January 2, 2017, Robertson + Associates became Robertson and Easterling, PLLC to honor the commitment of Mathew S. Easterling, a Board Certified Family Law Attorney who has dedicated his career to our clients and staff. Please be patient as we re-brand the various forms and information on this site.