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Holcomb Dunbar Attorney Brad Golmon Appeal Win

Holcomb Dunbar Appeal Win Holcomb Dunbar Attorney Bradley Golmon successfully navigates appeal to Mississippi Court of Appeals for his client. The case arose after a pharmacy’s failure to pay its supplier for inventory. After not receiving payment, the inventory supplier filed a reple

An Administrative Professional’s Day Thanks

      A Special Thanks to our Staff on this Administrative Professional’s Day   We salute those whose often unheralded contributions make Holcomb Dunbar – Attorneys better and our jobs easier. Thank you Janet, Marcy, Melinda S., Michelle, Debbie, and Me

Golmon Team Successfully Maintains Mother’s Child Support

Stacey and Brad Golmon, successfully helped a mother maintain her child support in the face of a father’s requests to dramatically lower his obligations. The father claimed a large decrease in his income from his outside sales position. With the help of a forensic accounting expert, S

Having Your Bell Rung

Great article from CLM Magazine this month by Patricia J. Tombetta. Increased focus on brain injuries means all concussion cases are no longer simple. Having Your Bell Rung Increased focus on brain injuries means all concussion cases are no longer simple. By Patricia J. Trombetta Does

Florida Electronic Wills Act

Is it a threat, opportunity or potential headache for estate planners? Florida Electronic Wills Act Is it a threat, opportunity or potential headache for estate planners? Craig R. Hersch | Apr 03, 2017 It doesn’t seem all that long ago when my firm transformed its estate-planning prac

Jonathan Masters has been invited to join the CLM

Jonathan Masters has been invited to join the CLM   Holcomb, Dunbar, Watts, Best, Masters & Golmon, PA is pleased to announce that Jonathan has been invited to join the prestigious CLM.  The CLM is a nonpartisan alliance comprised of thousands of insurance companies, corporations,

Mississippi to Allow Abused Spouses Divorce

New Law Allows Abused Spouses to Divorce After more than 40 years without major changes to Mississippi’s divorce laws, the Mississippi legislature recently made it easier for abused spouses to obtain a divorce. Governor Bryant intends to sign the bill. Until now there have been tradit
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