I am the Founder and Managing Principal of Sodoma Law. In addition to my 20+ year practice of family law, I am a parenting coordinator, collaborative attorney, speaker and published author.
When I opened the doors to Sodoma Law in 2008, I wanted to build a team who would help every client navigate the hurdles of separation and divorce with empathy and determination – in and out of court. I wanted to surround myself with people who live and breathe family law like I do.
This practice is my passion; it’s not my job, but rather, who I am.
Essex Richards' team of attorneys assist Mecklenburg County businesses and individuals with commercial real estate and real estate litigation cases. Their lawyers advise and help businesses with commercial real estate transactions, from acquisitions of commercial property to lender negotiations to financing and refinancing. They also represent buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, developers, and financial institutions during residential and commercial real estate disputes. Over the years, Essex Richards has handled disputes related to buying and selling, leasing, zoning, development, and more. Visit their website to learn more about how Essex Richards lawyers can assist you.
Jonathan opened his law practice, Breeden Law Office, just outside of Raleigh in 2000. Since then, he has provided compassionate, personalized representation to families experiencing divorce, custody disputes, adoptions, and other domestic matters in Johnston and Harnett Counties and surrounding areas.
He also defends people charged with DUI, traffic violations, theft, assault, or other crimes. With four convenient office locations, Jonathan Breeden can better serve you in Raleigh, Angier, Garner, and Smithfield.
- Chapel Hill
- High Point
- Holly Springs
- Indian Trail
- Mint Hill
- New Bern
- Rocky Mount
- Wake Forest