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Divorce Law Ridgeland

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Divorce Law Ridgeland

A divorce can be a long process. The key to minimizing the length of your case is proper preparation.

Office Location Information

1000 Highland Colony Parkway
Suite 5203
Ridgeland, MS 39157

8:30 am – 5:30 pm


Where is the Ridgeland Office? Serving the greater Jackson, MS area, Cordell & Cordell’s Ridgeland office is located at 1000 Highland Colony Parkway Suite 5203 at the Renaissance Mall in the Regus building. To get to our office, take highway I-55 towards Ridgeland. Then take exit 105B for Old Agency Rd toward Ridgeland. Turn right onto Old Agency Rd. Then take a slight right toward Highland Colony Parkway. Exit to the right off of Old Agency Road onto Highland Colony Parkway. Parking is available near Koestler Prime. Please note, the GPS may take you to the Renaissance Hotel which is incorrect. If this happens, keep going to the Renaissance Mall and enter the open mall walkway between the two restaurants- Koestler Prime and Local 463. You will see Libby Story on your right, and just past this to the right again is a covered walkway with two double doors. This is the Regus building, and we are located on the 2nd floor.

Parking: Exit to the right off of Old Agency Road onto Highland Colony Parkway. Parking is available near Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. Enter into the mall between Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and Local 463. The office is to the right on the second floor.

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Every divorce is unique and the circumstances of each case will affect how long the process lasts. Each case can include several different stages.

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Divorce Petitions

To obtain a divorce, you must first petition a court for a judgment of divorce.
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The process of gathering information to help build and strengthen your case.
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Cases often settle on the day of the trial and sometimes even during the trial.
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Less than 5 percent of all divorces go to trial, but this figure varies significantly based on factors such as salary, length of marriage, and the wife’s occupation.