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Who We Are

Who We Are

Randall R. Saxton, Attorney at Law

Currently serving as attorney for the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, Randall R. Saxton is the founding attorney of Saxton Law, PLLC, which serves as general counsel for Randall Saxton Real Estate, Inc. and R&S Development, Inc. and practices in the areas of bankruptcy, IRS tax installment agreements, business formation, and estate planning, including wills. Randall also serves as the JAG officer for the Mississippi State Guard, on the Board of Directors of the Madison Chamber of Commerce, and is the author of the fictional thriller, Red Sky Warning. He does volunteer work with the Mission First Legal Aid Clinic, as a Mediator for the Jackson Municipal Court, and as a Community Emergency Response Team member.

Randall is a graduate of Mississippi College, where he majored in History and English, receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in 2006, as well as winning a national championship in powerlifting. He also holds a Master of Social Sciences in Administration of Justice, studying abroad in Montpellier, France, before attending law school at the Mississippi College School of Law, and graduating from there in 2010 as a Doctor of Jurisprudence.

Randall is married to Madeline W. Saxton, Regional Business Development and Marketing Coordinator for Jones Walker, LLP, and is a member of First Baptist Church in Jackson. His family enjoys photography, traveling, and their corgi, Hudson.

Free background information is available upon request.

Awards

  • Selected by Mississippi Business Journal as one of the state’s Top 50 Business Leaders Under 40
  • Selected by Portico magazine as one of the “Portico 10.”
  • Presented with “Clients’ Choice Award” by Avvo
  • “10 Best” Award, for Client Satisfaction, awarded by the American Institute of Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • Rated 10.0 “Superb” by clients through the Avvo Lawyer Ranking System, Avvo.com
  • Selected by Super Lawyers as a Mid-South Rising Star
  • “AV Preeminent” Judicial Edition peer rated by attorneys and the judiciary through Martindale-Hubbell

Volunteer Activities

  • Wills for Heroes – Jackson Police Department 2015, Madison Fire Department 2016
  • Lawyers in the Library – 2014, 2016
  • Mississippi State Guard – 2014-Present
  • Jackson Municipal Court – Mediator – 2012-Present
  • Jackson Young Lawyers – Mediation Committee Chair 2015-Present
  • Mission First Legal Aid Clinic – 2012-Present
  • Mission First (Westpark) Construction/ Demolition Crew – 2001
  • Mississippi State Guard Association – President – 2015-2017 – Member – 2014-Present
  • Hinds County Community Emergency Response Team – 2015-Present
  • Madison Chamber of Commerce – Board of Directors – 2015-Present
  • American Bar Association – YLD Bankruptcy Committee – 2016-Present

Sponsorships

  • Ignite the Night benefiting the Mississippi Children’s Museum in its efforts to improve literacy and learning across the state – 2016, 2017
  • Legal Beagle 5K Run/Walk benefiting the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Mississippi Bar Association, which places pro bono cases for underprivileged people with volunteer lawyers – 2015, 2016
  • Festival of Trees benefiting Madison the City Chamber of Commerce which encourages visitors to enjoy the lights and stay to shop and eat in our local businesses – 2016
  • Mississippi State Guard Association benefiting the Mississippi State Guard for the purchase of equipment and pay expenses related to training – 2015, 2016, 2017
  • City of Madison Annual Awards Banquet – 2017
  • Madison the City Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Program – April, 2017
  • Tee Sponsor, Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament at Lake Caroline – 2017

Quoted by

  •  Agadoni, Laura. “What Happens to My Mortgage When My Spouse Dies?” BeSmartee. BeSmartee.com, 25 Oct. 2016. Web. 28 Oct. 2016. https://www.besmartee.com/blog/what-happens-to-my-mortgage-when-my-spouse-dies
  • “68 Experts Explain How To Get Out Of Debt.” DebtConsolidation.com. Ed. Debt Consolidation .com. DebtConsolidation.com, 28 Nov. 2016. Web. 29 Nov. 2016. https://www.debtconsolidation.com/68-financial-experts-explain-how-to-get-out-of-debt
  • Bland, Jason. “What Went Right in 2016?” Bigger Law Firm Magazine. Bigger Law Firm Magazine, 21 Dec. 2016. Web. Dec. 2016 Print Issue. https://www.biggerlawfirm.com/what-went-right-in-2016/
  • “10 Things You Shouldn’t Do During A Divorce” Opploans.com. OppLoans. Opploans.com, 20 Apr. 2017. https://www.opploans.com/blog/10-things-you-shouldnt-do-during-a-divorce/

Presentations

  • Christ United Methodist Church hosted “Christ University”, Understanding Wills
  • Capital Area Bar Association hosted “Lawyers in the Library”, Why Everyone Needs Estate Planning
  • “Military and Overseas Voting Challenges: A Report from the Front” presented to the National Association of Secretaries of State Annual Meeting from investigations conducted in Iraq/Afghanistan in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Military Wills seminar taught to the Military Law Society at the Ole Miss School of Law

Memberships

  • Conference of Mississippi Prosecutors
  • Jackson Young Lawyers, Mediation Committee Chair
  • Madison Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
  • Mississippi State Guard Association, President
  • American Bar Association, YLD Bankruptcy Committee
  • Madison County Bar Association
  • Mississippi Bankruptcy Conference
  • American Law Society
  • The Mississippi Bar
  • American Institute of Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • State Guard Association of the United States, Senior Military Emergency Management Specialist

 

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Our office is available by appointment only, so to learn more, set up a free consultation by clicking book now below to see our hours and available appointment times, or call our firm at (601) 790-0529 or email us at randall@saxton.law

 

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