Our mission is to provide quality legal support and counsel to our clients. We have a reputation for thoroughness and preparedness that is widely recognized and respected in the legal community. We work together, with the client, to achieve the most successful client outcome. Our attorneys are committed, experienced lawyers who take our responsibilities seriously, knowing that the results we achieve for our client will have lasting impact on their lives.
We focus exclusively on family law-related issues, including divorce, child custody, property division, separate maintenance, marital contracts, international child abduction, adoption, mediation, complex matrimonial matters and related tax implications.
Our commitment to excellent representation includes:
- Giving our clients the attention they deserve.
- Explaining all options to help you make an informed decision.
- Giving you as much time as you need to speak with us.
- Keeping you informed about the status of your case.
- Maintaining client confidence.
- Looking out for our clients' immediate needs and long term interests.
- Prompt return of phone calls.
We emphasize communication with our clients, persistent advocacy, and attention to all aspects of their case. Regardless of the size of the case, our commitment is to obtain a just result for each of our clients.November 2011 Update: Wright Law Firm is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys have been listed in 2011 Mid-South Super Lawyers. William Wright, Bo Gregg and Tom Crockett are among only seven Mississippi family lawyers included on the "Annual List of The Top Attorneys in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi." No other firm in the Mid-South had three lawyers named to the family law list. Also, William Wright was named as one of Top 50 Lawyers in Mississippi in 2011by Mid-South Super Lawyers. He was also named to the list in 2008.
March 2016 Update: Wright Law Firm's senior associate, Amanda Proctor, will be a panelist on the upcoming Mississippi College Family Law Society's Family Law Panel. The event is scheduled April 26, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. on the campus of Mississippi College School of Law.