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513 State Street, Natchez, MS 39120

Hyde received his bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2002, where he was a member of the Honors College. As a senior at LSU, Hyde was selected by his professors to join Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and one of the most prestigious honor societies in America.

In 2006, Hyde graduated cum laude from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he was a member of the Mississippi Law Journal and received the Outstanding Student Award in Property, Constitutional Law and Supreme Court Practice.

Hyde practices all over Mississippi, trying cases to verdict and negotiating multi-million dollar settlements for his personal injury clients. He has litigated will contests for beneficiaries and resolved complex estates for executors and administrators. Hyde has helped parents and grandparents set up estate plans to benefit the next generation. He protects his elder law clients, preserving their assets and ensuring their dignity as they encounter the complexities and costs associated with growing older.

Hyde cut his teeth as a young lawyer at Lightfoot, Franklin, and White in Birmingham, Alabama, before moving back to his hometown to form Carby & Carby and start a family. He is heavily involved and invested in his community, serving on the Vestry at Trinity Episcopal Church, including two tours as Senior Warden, as well the Stewardship and Fellowship Committees. He also serves on the City of Natchez Civil Service Commission and the Historic Natchez Foundation Board of Directors. Hyde was honored to represent the City of Natchez as City Attorney from 2012-2016.  He was chosen by the leaders of Adams County to serve as interim Adams County Justice Court judge from 2017-2018.

Hyde is currently pursuing an LLM in Taxation at Georgetown University to better serve his estate planning and probate clients.

When not at work, Hyde enjoys hunting, photography, and spending time with his family.

If you have a legal issue concerning personal injury, estate planning, elder law, or will and estate disputes, contact us or call 601-445-5011 to set up an appointment.

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