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.
A look behind Sodoma Law Union County’s front door. Sodoma Law headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, opened Sodoma Law Union, or as it is fondly referred to “SLU” on Monroe’s very own Main Street in September 2015. Continuing the firm’s commitment to community,... read more
On Saturday, March 19, 2016, Sodoma Law Union Principal and Attorney Penelope Hefner will put on her dancin’ shoes to raise money for the Union County 4-H Foundation at their annual “Dancin’ in the Clover” event. She has been practicing tirelessly as she prepares to... read more
The terms “Equitable distribution” are just big words for the division of marital property, or property acquired during a marriage. More often than not, most counties (to include Mecklenburg County and Union County), the parties are required to attempt to settle the... read more