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RANDALL | SEGREST PLLC is an established law firm located in Ridgeland, Mississippi. Our firm serves banks, mortgage lenders, businesses, real estate professionals and individuals in areas including residential and commercial real estate closings, commercial real estate finance, title insurance, real estate litigation, land use and development, condominiums, leases, foreclosures and collection.

RANDALL | SEGREST also serves the business and construction industry. Our attorneys provide experienced legal guidance for all parties in the real estate community including banks, mortgage lenders, real estate professionals, buyers and sellers and the business and construction industry in business litigation and all aspects of construction law.

Our attorneys have closed thousands of residential and commercial transactions, represented lenders and others in complicated real estate transactions and provide accurate, timely and authoritative real estate title information to banks, mortgage professionals, purchasers and others.



Meet Our Attorneys


R. Paul Randall, Jr.


Paul Randall practices in the areas of real estate, business transactions, foreclosures, collections, wills and probate.


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Andy Segrest


Andy Segrest’s legal practice is concentrated in real estate transactions focusing on closings and other real estate title matters.


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Our mission is to provide individualized, focused attention on your needs. Our attorneys are professional, approachable and available.


Attorney Insight

Mississippi Recording Fees Online Calculator

RANDALL | SEGREST is pleased to announce our complimentary, online calculator for Mississippi Recording Fees. This calculator simplifies the proces...

What Is A Non-Homestead Credit?

Many real estate contracts in this area have a provision in the contract that the seller will give the buyer a non-homestead credit, if homestead i...

Real Estate Closings from Start to Finish

Matthew Vitart presented continuing education seminar titled “Real Estate Closings from Start to Finish” on February 1, 2019, at the Holiday Inn in...

Real Estate Commissions Based on Procuring Cause

In general, there are two potential basis that may support a real estate broker’s claim for a commission on a transaction: 1) pursuant to a contrac...

Why Use A Real Estate Attorney?

Purchasing a home will probably be one of the most if not the most significant purchase you will make in your life. It also involves the transfer o...

Title Insurance Policies

Your closing costs might include two types of title insurance policies, but do you know how these policies differ. Title insurance policies include...

Eviction Law Update

Mississippi landlords are likely to be pleased with Senate Bill 2473, which was adopted in the 2018 Legislative Session and became effective July 1...

Deeds Defined

Have you ever wondered why the document used to convey title to real estate is called a “deed”? The word’s meaning derives from what I consider to ...

Property Taxes Explained

I am frequently asked if the settlement agent collects property taxes at closing to pay directly to the tax collector. Typically, the settlement ag...


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