I am committed to helping clients achieve effective long-term family law resolutions. I can help you resolve your family law case in a manner that allows you to continue to co-parent even after your divorce is final.

Patricia R. Williams


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Patricia R. Williams has been practicing law in Mississippi for over 25 years, focusing exclusively in the area of family law for over 20 years.  She is also a trained mediator who brings that experience and insight to her law practice. Patricia believes that, whenever possible, family law cases should be brought to a quick, civilized, fair and inexpensive resolution.

Patricia earned her Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College of Law and received her B.A. from The Florida State University. She is a member of the Mississippi Bar and is licensed to practice in all Mississippi State and Federal Courts.

Legal Services

Williams Family Law provides negotiation and litigation services in the following areas of family law:

  • divorce
  • paternity
  • child custody
  • visitation plans
  • child support
  • property division
  • spousal support and alimony
  • post-divorce disputes
  • prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

Mediation Services

Divorce is never easy. Even when both spouses agree that the relationship is over, ending the marriage is a difficult and emotional process. And, ending the marriage through litigation can be an expensive and time consuming process. Mediation is a way for you and your spouse to negotiate the terms of your divorce in a fair, sensible and cost-effective manner.

Patricia is a mediator who is knowledgeable and experienced in family law conflict resolution. She can facilitate the negotiation of issues between you and your spouse, whereby you have a voice in the outcome of your divorce.

Some of the advantages are:

  • mediation is less costly than divorce litigation
  • mediation is less time consuming than traditional litigation
  • mediation is confidential
  • when children are involved, mediation helps preserve a working relationship between you and your soon-to-be ex so that you may continue to co-parent your children after the divorce is final
  • mediation allows you to control the outcome of your divorce
  • mediation works