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Practical Differences Between TN & MS

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Date Published

December 1, 2020


Memphis Bar Association


Courts, Family Law, MS Practice, TN Practice


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Hear from three seasoned attorneys about the practice differences between TN & MS.


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Psonya Hackett

A native of Mississippi and now a proud Memphian, Psonya practices family law in Mississippi and in Tennessee. Immediately... Read More

Matt Macaw

Mr. Macaw has been in practice since 2010 and is licensed in both Tennessee and Mississippi. Matt graduated from University... Read More

Leigh-Taylor White

Ms. White concentrates her practice on litigation and mediation of divorce, child custody/parenting, alimony, child support,... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Practical Differences Between TN & MS - Video
Rule 8.05 Statement - Paper
Miss. Code Ann. § 93-5-2 - Paper
Miss. Code Ann. 93-21-1 - Paper
Miss. Ex Parte Order of Protection - Paper
Miss. Final Domestic Abuse Protection Order - Paper
Miss. Order Extending Ex Parte OP - Paper
Miss. Petition for Domestic Abuse Protection Order - Paper
Miss. Temporary Domestic Abuse Protection Order - Paper
Miss. R. Civ. 45 - Paper
Miss. R. Civ. 52 - Paper
Miss. R. Civ. 65 - Paper
Tenn. R. Civ. 65 - Paper
Miss. Rule 4 Summons - Paper
Miss. Rule 81d1 Summons - Paper
Miss. Rule 81d2 Summons - Paper
Miss. Summons by Publication - Paper
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