Here in Mississippi, we have seen some highly publicized and controversial raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in recent months. If you are an immigrant living in Mississippi, then you face regular threats to your safety. While this can feel overwhelming, it is important to remember that you are not alone, and that legal guidance can help you protect yourself.
Prenuptial agreements are a useful, wise way to protect yourself and your spouse from many of the pressures that tear marriages apart, and can help keep a divorce process simple if your marriage ends. However, just because you have a prenuptial agreement doesn't mean that it will hold up in court.
Whenever you face a drug charge, the consequences can be enormous. Now only must you possibly contend with jail time and heavy fines, a drug conviction on your record can close many doors in the future or strip you of important opportunities.
If you're a small business owner facing divorce, then you have some very serious decisions to make, and very little time to decide your path forward. Without proper legal guidance and decisive action, your divorce may take your business down with it. The good news is that you have options — but you must act quickly if you hope to keep your business intact throughout your divorce.
When people divorce, financial issues often come to the forefront. Resolving those issues for a divorce settlement is often less simple than just counting the money in the bank accounts and calculating the value of the family house. There may be many assets that one spouse is not aware of, either because the other spouse innocently managed income and investments or because the other spouse intentionally hid income and investments to shield them from being accessed by anyone other than themselves.