CHARLOTTE, N.C., Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sodoma Law, P.C., a leading Family Law firm headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, has unveiled a free podcast series entitled "5 Things You Should Know About Family Law". The series offers five, short episodes uncovering important lessons for anyone considering or involved with a Family Law matter.
"We wanted to offer a new resource for learning more about divorce, custody, prenuptial agreements, spousal support, and other issues in a popular, manageable, easily accessed format," shared Managing Principal, Nicole Sodoma.
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Topics addressed by Sodoma Law attorneys:
Episode One: What a Family Law Firm Can Do for You
Nicole Sodoma launches the podcast series by covering what Family Law encompasses, how to find the right attorney, and the importance of a good consultation if you are considering divorce.
Episode Two: Keeping Children First in Family Law Matters
Nadia Margherio, Principal, discusses the importance of keeping children first and how appointing a Parenting Coordinator or Guardian ad Litem may be necessary to do so.
Episode Three: Spousal Support for Men
Penelope Hefner, Principal, explains how spousal support is not just for women – and gives examples of the approach and concerns she's heard from men on this matter.
Episode Four: Collaborative Law for Separation and Divorce
Robin Lalley, Attorney, speaks to the value of taking a collaborative law approach to separation and divorce, and how it may offer a safe environment for both parties to address concerns.
Episode Five: Pre and Postnuptial Agreements
Patra Sinner, Attorney, explains the legal differences between prenuptial, postnuptial, and separation agreements.
For more information, and to access the full "5 Things You Should Know About Family Law" podcast series, please visit the Sodoma Law site.
About Sodoma Law, P.C.
Sodoma Law, P.C. is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, in the historic Walter Brem House, with three additional locations in Charlotte and in Monroe, Union County. The firm's areas of practice include Family Law, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Adoption, Employment Law, Estate Planning, and Business Law. Like Sodoma Law on Facebook, follow them on Twitter (@SodomaLaw), and follow Managing Principal Nicole Sodoma (@NSodoma).
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