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I hired Matthew after reading many reviews. At our first meeting he laid out a very clear and direct approach... more
Jackson  William Matthew Thompson

William Thompson

Jackson, MS Family
Avvo rating 10.0
Mike jr. At Malouf & Malouf took special care of me immediately after I got hit head on by a drunk driver on... more
Jackson  Michael J Malouf Jr

Michael Malouf

Jackson, MS Car Accidents
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I got $475,000 against a Jones County employee for my broken ankle. I could not believe how quick the claim... more
Jackson  John N Satcher II

John Satcher

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.2
The Law Firm of Chhabra and Gibbs are a group of amazing attorneys. They provided me with professional... more
Jackson  Rogen K Chhabra

Rogen Chhabra

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.8
Terence High has been nothing but patience, knowledgeable, and just awesome to me. About two years ago, when... more
Jackson  Terence LaDwayne High

Terence High

Jackson, MS Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.8
Mr. Carmody and his team are the very best. They helped me and keep informed throughout my case which lasted... more
Jackson  Victor Wallace Carmody Jr.

Victor Carmody

Jackson, MS DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Gardner handled my divorce in 2012. Very poor communication and a poor attitude. He was about to close his... more
Jackson  Gene William Gardner

Gene Gardner

Jackson, MS Lawyer
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Attorney Alison O. Kelly is the most thorough and articulate attorney that I've met. She has represented me... more
Jackson  Alison O. Kelly

Alison Kelly

Jackson, MS Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.2


practicing lawyers in Jackson

In 1839, state legislators in Jackson passed the Mississippi Married Women’s Property Law, providing women with the right to own and control their own property after marriage. Prior to the law, a woman was required to surrender all her property to her husband upon marriage, as was the custom under the existing legal doctrine of coverture.

Mississippi was the first state in the U.S. to pass such a law.

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