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Mr. Guido handled my personal injury case in 2009. He did a wonderful job in getting me a fair settlement. He... more
Jackson  Scott P. Guido

Scott Guido

Las Vegas, NV Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.0
This individual made a complete mess of my case. I would never recommend him or hire him again.
Jackson  Sheldon N Jacobs

Sheldon Jacobs

Owings Mills, MD Car / Auto Accident
Avvo rating 6.5
Bob is a wonderful attorney. he did wills for my husband and I. He was well informed, saw the bigger picture... more
Jackson  Robert William Romano

Robert Romano

Armonk, NY Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.6
I was traveling thru Alabama and received a speeding ticket around 6am on a weekend in a small town where the... more
Jackson  Joseph C Kreps

Joseph Kreps

Statewide, AL Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 10.0
I used Julie for my divorce and years later have learned that she really didn't represent me very well. My... more
Jackson  Julie Rand Mack

Julie Mack

Solana Beach, CA Family
Avvo rating 7.3
Rahim was willing to go the extra mile. We experienced his support throughout the entire process of filling... more
Jackson  Rahim Ali Dhanani

Rahim Dhanani

Atlanta, GA Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Ron was recommended to me by another lawyer. He came with very high recommendations from her and I can only... more
Jackson  Ronald Joseph Lundquist

Ronald Lundquist

Eagan, MN Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 10.0
Gene helped us file 2 trademarks for our business. Actually talking to an attorney helped because we had a... more
Jackson  Gene Bolmarcich

Gene Bolmarcich

TrademarksA2R.com, NY Trademark Infringement
Avvo rating 7.5


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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