A lot of people going through a separation and divorce find themselves concerned about the expense of attorney’s fees. Additionally, for many people, attorney’s fees are an unexpected expense; it is not as if people save up for a divorce. To make matters worse,... read more
In the midst of the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the way his behavior and contract was allegedly handled within his company, several questions and issues have arisen regarding how businesses and employees handle sexual harassment in the workplace.
In hindsight, survivors of domestic violence might express that the hardest part of deciding to leave a violent intimate relationship was not the act of making the decision itself – it was figuring out what the next steps would be if they were successful in leaving.
Russ A. Brinson, business, employment and mediation attorney with Sodoma Law has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018 in the area of litigation in the construction field!
In many ways, when you say “I do,” you are embarking on a business venture with your new spouse. While a business can be set up to ensure each person involved gets out of the business what he or she puts into it, the same is not always true of marriage. In the unfortunate event that your marriage comes to an end, in North Carolina, there is a strong presumption that each spouse will walk away with half of the marital property – both assets and debts.