Nicole SodomaBy Nicole Heiden Sodoma.

When I opened Sodoma Law in 2008, I immediately recognized how our advocacy was different. My guiding vision was clear: to surround myself with tenacious, smart, compassionate professionals who really care about our clients like family.

Listening to our clients

As a Family Law lawyer, I recognize that life’s events can be complex and intertwined. Our clients’ legal needs don’t stop at their front doors with just one issue. Over the years we’ve always listened to you, our clients, and have added practice areas to address your needs.

Our firm began in our main office on East Boulevard in Dilworth, representing the foundation of the practice: Family Law, including Adoption and Assisted Reproductive Technology along with Estate Planning and Appellate Practices. We added our Ballantyne office to better serve our south Charlotte clients closer to home, and opened our Dilworth office on Morehead Street to provide Business Litigation.

As our practice has continued to expand to meet our clients’ needs, I knew we weren’t done growing. It quickly became clear that our clients in Union County, and the surrounding counties of Cabarrus, Stanly and Anson, deserved their own convenient location.

The leadership part was easy. Sodoma Law attorney Penelope Hefner has long demonstrated extraordinary leadership and commitment to the firm and her clients, and has already established strong roots in the Union community – both among her clients who live and work there and her charitable endeavors. She is a past president and active participant in the Union County Bar and contributes her leadership to the Union County Community Shelter and Union Symphony Society, among other causes. Early this year, Penny was named a principal of Sodoma Law and plans were put in motion for our next firm location in Union County.

Rooted in family

Having grown up in a small town, I felt particularly compelled to make Sodoma Law Union happen. If you have ever walked the streets of downtown Monroe, you know what I mean. The storefronts tell stories of history. The original courthouse is iconic and a part of the judicial history of North Carolina.

With the help of the warm and friendly locals, the downtown area is without limits for establishing a thriving business. And that growth isn’t confined to Monroe. Union County is one of the fastest growing counties in North Carolina. It is a central location for people who desire a sense of community, in both life and work, without the noise of the big city.

When you drive through Union County towns such as Weddington, Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Marshville, Mint Hill or Stallings, you see what a neighborhood can truly be. From beautifully landscaped lawns and kid-made lemonade stands to horse farms and farmland as far as the eye can see, Union County offers opportunity and tight-knit community to everyone who’s lucky enough to call it home.

How could our family-focused and family-driven law firm not be a vital part of this community?

Sodoma Law is rooted in family. Union County is rooted in family. As a firm, we have already shown our community support in so many ways. Through our sponsorship of charitable endeavors and hands-on approach to caring for the families we serve, we are dedicated to continuing to make a difference in this beautiful part of North Carolina.

Contact us today for how we can help your family.