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The most common groung for an uncontested divorce in Mississippi is "irreconcilable differences." In order to proceed on the grounds of irreconcilable differences, the parties must each agree to the divorce and must reach a written agreement providing for the custody and the maintenance of their children under 21, if any, and divide their property and debt. After filing the Complaint for Divorce, there is a sixty (60) day waiting period before the Court may grant a divorce on the basis of irreconcilable differences.
If you cannot locate your spouse, you may still obtain a Mississippi Divorce by Publication, even if there were children born from the marriage. To obtain a Divorce by Publication you must run a legal notice in your local newspaper in order to serve your spouse. After the legal notice has been published in your local newspaper, your spouse will be considered legally served, and you can get your divorce finalized. Likewise, if your spouse has abandoned you or is a fugitive from justice, the divorce by publication is an option for you in Arkansas. If you cannot locate your spouse and want a divorce, or if your spouse is incarcerated, contact us today and we will prepare your Divorce by publication and the legal notice to be placed in the newspaper.