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John never gave up on my case and guided me through a process that was completely unknown to me. He was very... more
Jackson  John William Nisbett

John Nisbett

Jackson, MS Litigation
Avvo rating 10.0
My small medical company reached out to Mr. Polk after being unsatisfied with my original counsel. Mr. Polk... more
Jackson  Edward Taylor Polk

Edward Polk

Jackson, MS Litigation
Avvo rating 6.9
Mr. Buchanan is very professional and knowledgeable. He took time to answer any questions that I had and was... more
Jackson  Philip Atkinson Buchanan

Philip Buchanan

Jackson, MS Trusts
Avvo rating 9.2
Rick is a colleague, where we have served together on the Board of Directors of the Special Needs Alliance.... more
Jackson  Richard A Courtney

Richard Courtney

Jackson, MS Medicaid & Medicare
Avvo rating 10.0
I and my fiance will like to thank Mr Ballard for helping us in our time of need. Mr Ballard was very... more
Jackson  William Edward Ballard

William Ballard

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.5
I was hurt on the job, and was denied compensation by the firm I was working for. Yancy Burns helped me get... more
Jackson  Yancy Brian Burns

Yancy Burns

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.7
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
Avvo rating 8.8


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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