Mississippi divorce

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Divorce Residency Essentials to Get Divorce in Mississippi

To file for a divorce in the state of Mississippi, at least one of the spouses must be a resident of the state for six months or longer. There is no requirement for living in a particular county or jurisdiction for any length of time, as the divorce is handled on a state-wide basis.

Reasons for Divorce in Mississippi

The State of Mississippi recognizes irreconcilable differences as the only grounds for a no-fault divorce. Mississippi has several fault-based grounds for divorce including adultery, impotence, alcoholism, and substance abuse. There may be other at fault-based grounds as well. More information about choosing the grounds for divorce will be found as you begin filling out your divorce papers on OnlineDivorceSolutions.com

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Custody of the Children in Mississippi

The court may award joint or sole custody based on what is in the best interests of the child. Joint legal custody gives both parents the ability to contribute to decision-making regarding the child’s well-being. Joint legal custody does not guarantee, however, that both parents will get to spend an equal amount of time with the child. If the parents have come together and created an agreement on their own that keeps the best interests of the child in mind, the court will usually be agreeable to such a plan and allow it to go through.

Mississippi Child Support Guidelines

In Mississippi, standard child support guidelines will apply in nearly every case unless there are exceptional circumstances. When calculating child support in Mississippi, both parents' gross income and child related expenses are taken into consideration. Child support in the state of Mississippi continues until the child reaches age 18, but it may continue until the child completes secondary school.

Divorce Mediation

At any time before or during the divorce process, mediation may be requested by either party. By proceeding with mediation, the divorce may become an uncontested divorce. Mediation can be an effective tool for many people who are struggling with the divorce process and wish to file an online divorce without involving lawyers in the matter.

Filing fees

State filing fees are in addition to costs to use OnlineDivorceSolutions.com. These costs will vary from county to county within the state of Mississippi. If you would like more information about the cost to file the divorce within your county, contact your local courthouse directly.

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