2010 Mississippi Code
TITLE 93 - DOMESTIC RELATIONS
Chapter 5 - Divorce and Alimony.
- 93-5-1 - Causes for divorce.
- 93-5-2 - Divorce on ground of irreconcilable differences.
- 93-5-3 - Not mandatory to deny divorce because of recrimination.
- 93-5-4 - Offended spouse's failure to leave marital domicile or separate from offending spouse no impediment to divorce.
- 93-5-5 - Residence requirements for divorce.
- 93-5-7 - Conduct of divorce proceedings.
- 93-5-9 - Minors as parties to divorce proceedings.
- 93-5-11 - Filing of complaints; transfer of venue.
- 93-5-13 - Guardian ad litem.
- 93-5-15 - Guardian for spouse who becomes mentally ill may sue for divorce.
- 93-5-17 - Proceedings to be had in open court.
- 93-5-19 - Witnesses; depositions.
- 93-5-21 - Exclusion of spectators from courtroom.
- 93-5-23 - Custody of children; alimony.
- 93-5-24 - Types of custody awarded by court; joint custody; no presumption in favor of maternal custody; access to information pertaining to child by noncustodial parent; restrictions on custody by parent with history of perpetrating family violence; rebuttable presumption that such custody is not in the best interest of the child; factors in reaching determinations; visitation orders.
- 93-5-25 - Effect of judgment of divorce.
- 93-5-26 - Noncustodial parent's right of access to records and information pertaining to minor children.
- 93-5-27 - Marital rights cease with judgment of divorce.
- 93-5-29 - Divorced persons not to cohabit.
- 93-5-31 - Judgment of divorce may be revoked.
- 93-5-33 - Statistical requirements.
- 93-5-34 - Child custody and visitation when a parent receives temporary duty, deployment or mobilization orders from the military.
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