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Who’s #1?

There has been a lot of debate over who is #1…

There are polls, blogs, fan sites, trolls, media and other hype, but #1 in a Family Law situation has to be the children.

If you ever find yourself not knowing what to do, do what is best for the children.  Should you let Jr. go on a trip with dad when it’s not his time?

What is best for Jr.?  

Is dad safe?  

Is the trip meaningful?

 Is it best for Jr.?  If you can answer these questions then you know what to do.

So, I have to give in every time? No, but you should be reasonable and if it means you don’t get to “act” like the other parent does, maybe that is a very good thing for Jr. to see!

In a Family Law situation make your children your #1 priority!

Matthew Thompson is a Child Custody lawyer in Mississippi and if you like what I did here, read more at BowTieLawyer.ms

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Mississippi State & Ole Miss College Game Day Tickets; Getting Scalped

The Mississippi State Bulldogs are ranked #3 in the Country.  The University of Mississippi is as well.  The tickets for their upcoming games are the hottest seat around!

Sell outs are a given, but you can still get tickets.  However, if you are selling your tickets to make a quick buck or $1,000.00 be aware of the law!

MCA § 97-23-97. Scalping of admission tickets at college events held on state property: 
It shall be unlawful for any admission ticket to any athletic contest of any college or university of the State of Mississippi or for any admission ticket to any entertainment event held on state property to be sold for a price in excess of the price printed on the face of the ticket.

    It shall be unlawful to sell any such admission tickets at any place or in any manner except at such places and in such manner as designated by the proper authorities issuing such tickets.

    Nothing in this section shall prohibit a private individual from selling tickets bought for personal use at a price not to exceed the price on the face of the ticket.

    Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished as for a misdemeanor.

HISTORY: SOURCES: Laws, 1990, ch. 342, § 1, eff from and after July 1, 1990.

So, just selling your tickets at “market value” may well get you charged with a crime, a misdemeanor.  Go, enjoy the game!

Matthew Thompson is a Family Law Attorney in Mississippi and recommends you not run afoul of the law.

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Congrats, Bulldogs!

Mississippi State jut concluded the best season in the history of MSU sports.

Fear the Beard

The baseball team finished second in the country in the College World Series.  The players made the Bulldog nation proud during their time in the spotlight (with perhaps, the only possible exception being the guy with his jersey over halfway unbuttoned, bare-chested).

It is not often that a Mississippi team is playing for a national championship and for that, We Salute you!  Job well done.  We’re proud of you and we’ll get them next year.

#HailState

Matthew Thompson

MSU 1997-2001, intramural softball – starting pitcher.