Hughes Law Group, PLLC

Whether your legal needs involve bankruptcy, divorce or personal injury, Hughes Law Group is committed to helping you put the pieces back together. From our main office, we represent clients in Southaven, Mississippi, and throughout the surrounding area. We also have an office in Columbus, where we serve clients throughout northeast Mississippi.

Quality Representation For A Reasonable Fee

At Hughes Law Group PLLC, our competitive pricing allows people who wouldn't normally be able to afford an experienced attorney to receive quality representation. In addition, we place a strong focus on direct communication between client and attorney. With another law firm, you may not see your lawyer until you go to court — but at Hughes Law Group, we make a point of involving your lawyer from the beginning.

From the outset, our personable team will give you an analysis of what our concerns are. From there, we offer to look further into your case to see if there are any exceptions that may apply to you. Our experienced attorney will give you a detailed analysis of what will and will not work.

In divorce and personal injury cases, our first objective is to try to negotiate, because this approach is more cost-effective and gets you the fastest result. However, a trip to the courtroom is sometimes unavoidable. You can take comfort in the fact that we have significant trial experience, and we are not hesitant to go to court when necessary.

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Contact Us Today For Your Free Consultation

To learn more about Hughes Law Group, please call 662-404-8435 or send us a message using the online form. Your initial consultation is free, and we are willing to schedule after-hours appointments if you cannot meet during regular business hours. We accept all major credit cards, and we can also arrange payment plans when needed.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.