Divorce & Seperation Attorney in Tupelo

Compassionate Divorce and Separation Attorney in Tupelo, MS

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Divorce & Separation Attorney

At The Law Office of Amanda Todd Daniels, we understand that divorce is a difficult, emotional process: disputes over finances, child custody, and property division can take a financial and emotional toll. We know that no 2 divorces are alike, and we listen to you to fully understand your situation and determine which pathway and goals best fit your needs. Our objective is to move through the process efficiently and effectively to reach a favorable settlement which allows you to move forward with your life.

Tupelo Divorce Attorney Services Include:

Contested Divorce

Divorce can be extremely complex and emotionally charged; many times it presents legal issues that cause conflict between the involved parties. It's important that you are properly represented in a divorce to ensure strong, knowledgeable representation that can achieve the best possible outcome. Our years of experience enable us to achieve an equitable result that reflects your best interests and protects the rights of you and your children.

Flat Fee Uncontested Divorce

In an uncontested divorce, individuals have already agreed to all terms and conditions of the divorce before beginning the process and want the documents drafted by an expert. Our attorneys will help you prepare all necessary forms and documents and file your case in the appropriate court.

Collaborated Divorce

In a collaborative divorce, parties use mediation and negotiation to achieve resolution for all terms of the divorce. If both parties are willing, this process reduces the need for litigation and therefore lowers the cost and time of the divorce process.

Legal Separation

Couples choose to pursue a legal separation for a number of reasons. Some use it as a first step toward a divorce, some cannot divorce for religious or personal reasons so choose to legally separate instead. The important distinction is that when a couple is legally separated, they are still considered legally married. They cannot remarry, they retain all benefits of marriage (social security, inheritance, pensions) and mark themselves as married on legal forms.


Mediation is an out-of-court dispute resolution tool that helps both parties identify and work through divorce terms in which resolution is needed. This structured process helps couples negotiate sensitive issues while minimizing friction in order to reach a mutually acceptable agreement. The goal of mediation is to help parties settle differences in order to complete their divorce out of court in a less expensive, faster, and less stressful way.

Property/Asset Division

Dividing property in a divorce can be a very complex, sometimes contentious process. In addition to physical items and bank accounts, property division includes such items as retirement accounts, pensions, real estate, business ownership, and more. Having an experienced attorney is essential to ensure an equitable distribution.

Child Custody

Child custody can be one of the most difficult, contentious parts of a divorce. Representation by an experienced child custody attorney is critical to protecting both your rights and the rights of your child.

Child Support

Court-awarded child support in Mississippi is determined according to statutory guidelines. We can help you navigate all issues relating to child support, including any need to go to court to obtain a modification to a previous support order or to help you oppose changes to an existing order.

Spousal Support

Mississippi has different types of spousal support (alimony), and many different factors are considered by the court when deciding which if any support is justified. Our office will make sure we compile the evidence needed to accurately support your case.


Paternity involves establishing the identity of a child's biological father. Once paternity is established, our office can make sure the appropriate steps are taken to protect your child's best interests.

Orders of Protection

No one should ever feel they are at risk of physical harm, harassment, or unwanted contact. We will help you obtain an order of protection (restraining order) if and when it becomes necessary.

Enforcement and Modifications or Court Orders

Failure to comply with one of the above agreements or changes in life situations may necessitate modification of or legal enforcement of the court order. Our skilled team will aggressively pursue compliance with court orders in order to protect the well being of you and your children, as well as pursue modification of orders to reflect changes in your spouse's financial (or other) situation.

The Law Office of Amanda Todd Daniels has the critical experience needed to assist you in all aspects of your divorce. We are committed to helping you get through this time of your life and start your post-divorce life in a strong financial position. Call us today at (662) 678-8009 to discuss your needs and how we can help you successfully navigate this process.

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Our experienced attorneys can provide legal counsel and representation to ensure fair property division, considering factors such as assets, debts, and spousal contributions.

Divorce is the legal process of ending a marriage. In Tupelo, MS, divorce typically involves filing a petition, property division, alimony considerations, child custody matters, and finalizing the dissolution of the marriage.

Our experienced divorce attorneys can guide you through every step of the divorce process, from filing the initial paperwork to negotiating settlements and representing you in court if necessary.

Mississippi allows both fault-based and no-fault divorces. Grounds for divorce include irreconcilable differences, desertion, adultery, cruelty, and more. Our firm can help you determine the most appropriate grounds for your case.

Yes, our firm is experienced in handling child custody and support matters, ensuring that the best interests of the child are prioritized while advocating for your parental rights.
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