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Mississippi laws provide two ways to get a divorce which are Fault-Base Divorce and Irreconcilable Differences Divorce (ID Divorce). An Irreconcilable Differences divorce, which is often referred to as a No Fault Divorce, is only proper if both spouses agree to be divorced on this basis. A No Fault divorce in Mississippi is not available based on one party's claim that the marriage is irretrievably broken. Instead, both parties must consent to a divorce based on Irreconcilable Differences in Mississippi.
Requirements for ID Divorce
As stated earlier both spouses agree to be divorced on this basis of Irreconcilable Differences. Also there is a statutory waiting period of sixty (60) days from the time the joint complaint is filed. And, at least one of the parties must have resided in the state of Mississippi for at least six (6) months prior to the filing of the divorce.
Procedure to Obtain an Irreconcilable Divorce
The parties must file a joint complaint for an ID divorce with the clerk of the court. This complaint explains who the couple is, what assets they have, children born to the marriage and any other general facts about the marriage. Once the Complaint for Divorce is filed and the end of the sixty (60) day waiting period, the court is presented with the proposed Proposed Property Settlement Agreement. After review of all of the facts the Judge may grant a final divorce.
Call us at for a free initial consultation. Compete a short questionnaire and our friendly attorney will explain the divorce process and answer any questions you may have.
Once you retain the law firm our attorney prepare all required divorce documents and mail (or email) them to you and your spouse for signatures.
Once we receive your signed divorce doctuments, our attorney compiles any remaining court filings and present them to the Court, where they will be reviewed and signed by a Judge. Done!
IRRECONCILABLE DIFFENCE (NO FAULT) DIVORCE
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