Susan Culpepper | Oxford Divorce & Family Law Lawyer
Family law attorney Susan Culpepper is dedicated to providing reasonably priced, competent, personal and accessible legal services for all of your family law needs. Susan will travel within a 60 mile radius of Lafayette County to meet with you about your legal matter.
At Stress Less Divorce, you will receive a free initial consultation and an all inclusive flat rate fee for services provided. Attorney Susan Culpepper is dedicated to your peace of mind and will strive to resolve your legal matters in a cost-effective way so that you can move forward with your life.
Tupelo, Grenada, Clarksdale, Pontotac
Flat rate, all inclusive fees are given upon review of case. 1/2 is due at time of acceptance of representation. The other 1/2 is due before final resolution of your case.
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 6:00PM
Saturday - Sunday by Appointment
Attorney Susan Culpepper's primary law office is in Oxford, MS. Susan has a second office in Tupelo, MS and will travel within a 60 mile radius of Lafayette County to meet with you. She works in Tupelo, Grenada, Pontotac, and Clarksdale.
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