Upcoming Events

Learn How to Protect Your Land at Our Heirs' Property Seminar

May 16th, 2019
9AM-11AM at The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Heirs' property refers to land that has been passed down informally from generation-to-generation. In most cases, it involves landowners who died without a Will. When a landowner dies without a Will, the state decides who inherits the land. Over time, distant relatives who do not know each other could be co-owners of the property.

  • Do you need help establishing heirship to your family's property?
  • Do you live on or have interests in property passed down informally from generation-to-generation?
  • Did you know lack of "clear title" makes property less marketable for sale or lease?
  • Have you been denied loans, grants and government assistance based on property ownership because you lack "clear title"?

Come join The Wade Law Firm and our special guest State Representative Robert L. Johnson III, Co-Sponsor of Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act - House Bill 1357, for this free seminar where you will learn more about Heir Property and how you can protect your land for the heirs you intend.

Seating is limited and registration is required to guarantee a seat. Reserve your seat for this Free Event now!


*The Two Mississippi Museums do not sponsor or endorse this event.*