Family Law

Divorce, Custody, and Youth Justice

Compassionate Guidance Through Mississippi’s Chancery and Youth Court Systems

Timely and Fair Divorce; Equitable Support and Visitation

There is no such thing as an easy break-up, but the family lawyers at Elmore Litton will work to get you fair financial and child custody settlements so that you can begin to rebuild your life:

  • We file all appropriate paperwork with the court and obtain a decree as quickly as possible.
  • We will handle all issues of child custody, support and visitation, and the division of marital assets.
  • If your case goes to trial, our attorneys and staff will fight for a fair result that protects your rights.

Elmore Litton represents clients in various family matters in Chancery Courts throughout Mississippi, including:

  • Divorce
  • Division of Assets
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Custody and Visitation
  • Youth Court
  • Contempt

Don’t see your family law or youth justice matter listed? Call or drop us a note to discuss how we can help you.

“They are very well prepared & excellent people.”

Maribel E., Mississippi

Bilingual Lawyers and Staff

We have English and Spanish speaking staff. If you give us notice, we can provide interpreters for other languages.

Frequently Asked Family Law Questions

No. Mississippi divorce law allows couples to file for divorce on no fault grounds if both you and your spouse can agree before the court that your marriage cannot be repaired because of irreconcilable differences. This standard is essentially the parties not placing any blame on another person, but stating that the marriage just did not work out and the spouses do not get along anymore.

No-fault divorces are the most common by a margin of 90% of all Mississippi divorces. Mississippi no-fault divorces do have some basic requirements, such as residency and waiting period requirements.

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