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A spouse may obtain a divorce in Mississippi by proving the defendant is “naturally impotent”. Few cases in Mississippi discuss this ground for divorce. However, cases from other jurisdictions suggest that impotency is an incurable ability to engage in sexual relations (possibly due to a physical condition or even a sexually transmitted disease), not the inability to procreate.

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Visitation is the time a child spends with a noncustodial parent. In Mississippi, a noncustodial parent has a right to continued significant contact with his or her child under circumstances that foster a close relationship. The court’s primary concern when determining how much visitation is proper balancing the best interests of the child coupled with the rights of the noncustodial parent.

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