Divorce

Swift and Accurate Legal Action in Biloxi Family Law Matters

At Maggio Law Firm, PC, many of our clients have devoted a great deal of time and attention to their careers. They are physicians, engineers, architects, dentists, professionals and small business owners. For these clients, a divorce can have impact more than just the client and family.

If you have also devoted a great deal of time to your career, you likely need an attorney who can protect their careers and businesses from the harmful effects of divorce. Attorney Stephen Maggio is experienced, understanding and always approaches each case with assertiveness. His firm assists clients in Gulfport, Mississippi, and the surrounding areas.

An Experienced and Understanding Gulfport Divorce Attorney

We have the resources to help make the transition that occurs in a divorce to be swift and accurate. Our aggressive representation is coupled with knowledgeable legal advice to provide our clients the very highest of service.

At our law firm, we evaluate your situation and provide solutions that will achieve the most favorable outcome. We understand family law and will work to get positive results. Attorney Maggio recognizes your needs and takes action. He will address your needs and aims to find solutions in efficient ways and work to achieve maximum results for your case.

No-Fault and Fault-Based Divorce in Mississippi

In the state of Mississippi, a divorce can be categorized in one of two ways: contested or uncontested. If a divorce is uncontested, it is considered a no-fault or irreconcilable differences divorce. To get a divorce on irreconcilable differences, both parties must agree to it. If this is your situation, we will draft your settlement agreement, which, if necessary, will properly provide for child support, custody, visitation, and property divisions. After the 60 day separation period, your divorce will be finalized.

Contested Divorce

If a divorce is contested, also known as a fault-based divorce, then your situation must be carefully evaluated and the grounds for divorce must be proven in court. Grounds for contested divorce in Mississippi include:

  • Adultery
  • Habitual and excessive use of certain narcotics
  • Habitual and excessive use of alcohol
  • Habitual Cruel and Inhuman Treatment
  • Habitual or repeated Domestic battery
  • Bigamy or incest
  • Insanity
  • Being sentenced to the penitentiary
  • Other statutory grounds

Contact a Lawyer at Maggio Law Firm, PC, and Get Started on a New Path

Please feel free to contact our firm to schedule an initial consultation at 888-681-5066. We can make arrangements for payment plans from after the initial retainer fee is paid. We look forward to speaking with you.