Sodoma Law UnionWhile our Union County office is focused on family law, our clients benefit from access to Sodoma Law’s comprehensive appellate, estate planning, assisted reproductive technology and business litigation practice areas across the firm at large.
Sodoma Law FoundationThe Sodoma Law Foundation supports organizations addressing issues to which the firm is deeply committed: those that improve the wellbeing of children, and those that support the charitable endeavors of the Mecklenburg County’s legal community.
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Our York County office continues our legacy of family focused law in South Carolina, and our clients benefit from access to Sodoma Law’s comprehensive estate planning, assisted reproductive technology, and mediation practice areas.
Sodoma Law is a family-focused and family-driven firm. You will feel this from the moment you walk in our door. Whether you need a divorce lawyer for a high-conflict divorce, you want to create a family through surrogacy or adoption, or you have a question about your estate plan or your business, our attorneys can help. Though our foundation is family law, we understand that life’s events are connected and thus our multi-disciplinary approach is to support you – our client.
If you’re working with our Family Law Practice Group, it is likely you are about to have a life event and will have questions about your existing estate plan. Ask us. We know that separation and divorce can be incredibly emotional situations. When you are focused on the important issues of alimony, equitable distribution, child custody and child support, the fact that you may or may not have an estate plan that also needs updating is likely the furthest thing from your mind. But, Sodoma Law’s Family Law Practice Group is aware of the traps and gaps that may exist if your estate plan is not updated or revisited during a separation or after a divorce.
If you have named your soon-to-be ex-spouse as your durable power of attorney, healthcare agent, executor or trustee, he or she may have broader powers than you would want. Depending on the nature of the circumstances, at best, it would be less than ideal and at worst it could be a disaster.
It is this kind of commitment to our clients that led Sodoma Law to expand its practice areas to Business Litigation. Our Business Attorneys can work with all types of businesses to resolve disputes both in and out of court. From small disputes to complex trials, our Business Litigation Practice Group advises our clients on a variety of business disputes, including but not limited to, breach of contract, fraud / misrepresentation, real estate disputes, class action claims, and construction disputes.
Sodoma Law, P.C. has a main office conveniently located just minutes from the courthouse in Charlotte, North Carolina. We also have offices in South Charlotte in the Ballantyne area as well as Monroe, North Carolina.
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The Sodoma Way
When I opened the doors to Sodoma Law in 2008, it was with the intention of building a different kind of firm. When I started to put together the team, I focused on creating a culture unlike any other I had encountered: a “firm family” that showed commitment to our clients, to our team and to our community. Over time, this concept has become known as “The Sodoma Way.”
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