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North Carolina Family Lawyer
Jonathan Breeden is a domestic and family attorney who will handle your case with the respect, sensititvity, outstanding legal skills and ethics you deserve. Put yourself and your family in the hands of an attorney who will fight for your best interests.
The idea of having to walk into a courtroom or wrestle with a legal document is intimidating to many people, but most people will encounter the legal system in some fashion at some point in their lives.
Maybe you’re going through a divorce or trying to agree on custody of your children, or need to write a will, or have been pulled over for a DUI that you want to fight. Regardless of your legal need, there are many benefits to hiring an experienced local attorney who knows your community and understands the inner workings of the courts where your legal matter will be decided.
In Johnston, Harnett, and Wake counties, that attorney is Jonathan Breeden of Breeden Law Office. Jonathan is a North Carolina native who has lived and operated a law practice in the suburbs near Raleigh for more than 15 years. He is a talented and aggressive advocate for families in communities such as Clayton, Garner, Angier, and Lillington who are experiencing changes that require the help of a lawyer. His goal is to help your family through what can be a stressful time and to leave you in a positive place when your legal matter is concluded.
Breeden law provides confidential, personal service during your time of need, as well as direct and straightforward communication about your legal matter. When you hire Jonathan, you get Jonathan. He’ll be there by your side throughout your case and will make sure that you have all the information you need to make the best possible decisions for yourself and your family. Call Breeden Law Office today at to learn how Jonathan can help you.
Five reasons you need a North Carolina divorce attorney:
A divorce is both an ending and a beginning. It’s the end of a marriage you thought would last a lifetime, and the beginning of your new life as a single person, and perhaps as a single parent. Even if your divorce is amicable, undergoing such a significant life change can be stressful and scary.
Divorce can also be complicated if you have property and debts to divide, if you or your spouse wants alimony, or if you have to work out custody or visitation agreements regarding your children. That’s why you should have the help of a skilled and dedicated Johnston County divorce lawyer to advocate for your interests.
Jonathan Breeden has more than 15 years of experience fighting for the rights and interests of people who are ending their marriages and are in need of the help of a good attorney. He has represented people going through divorces in Clayton, Garner, Benson, and Smithfield, as well as other towns near Raleigh in Harnett and Wake counties. Jonathan’s approach blends compassion and sensitivity to your needs with aggressive advocacy for your rights. When you hire Jonathan, he will dig in and fight to get you a fair result as you move through your divorce proceeding and issues such as property division and alimony.
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Lawyers know the law.
This might seem like an obvious statement, but there’s a reason why lawyers undergo extensive education and training and must pass a rigorous bar exam in order to practice. Even an apparently simple divorce can involve complexities and nuances that may not be obvious to a layperson, but will be recognized by an experienced divorce lawyer.
Your spouse may have hired a lawyer.
If your spouse has representation and you don’t, you may find yourself at a distinct disadvantage and obtain a less than fair outcome even if your divorce is amicable. A lawyer knows all of the factors involved in dividing assets, determining alimony, and other issues related to a divorce and can protect your interests.
You have assets to divide.
A divorce lawyer can help ensure that marital assets are distributed fairly, that assets aren’t hidden or inappropriately transferred to prevent their distribution, and that your non-marital assets are protected. An experienced lawyer can be especially important if you own a business, have property holdings outside of your marital home, or have investments.
You want your paperwork to be accurate.
You may think that you can save money by filling out a pre-printed “do it yourself” divorce form, but the truth is that even a simple mistake in your paperwork, missing information, or a missed deadline could end up costing you time and money. A divorce lawyer can make sure that all of your paperwork is complete, accurate, and filed in a timely manner.
You need objective advice.
Even a divorce in which the parties remain friendly can be an intensely emotional experience that can affect your ability to make the best possible decisions about your future. A divorce attorney can provide objective advice based on sound logic and a knowledge of the law so that your future isn’t jeopardized by the sadness, anger, and stress you may be feeling.
When you’re a parent, your children are the center of your world. You’ll do anything to ensure that they’re healthy, happy, and safe.
If you’re going through a divorce or otherwise negotiating custody with your children’s other parent, you may be worried about the effect that a custody arrangement may have on your children or whether you’ll get to see them.
Jonathan Breeden understands what you’re going through and is dedicated to helping you get the best possible outcome for you and your children. He has significant experience negotiating custody agreements and filing custody complaints on behalf of parents in Harnett County, Johnston County and Wake County.
For a North Carolina custody lawyer who will fight for the best interests of you and your children as you decide on custody and visitation, call Breeden Law Office today at to learn what Jonathan Breeden can do for you.
A parent with primary custody is the parent with whom the child lives full-time.
A parent with secondary custody has what is known elsewhere as visitation rights to the child.
When parents share joint custody, the child spends equal time with both parents.
Child support can be an emotionally complicated issue for parents who share children but do not live together, whether because of a divorce or because the parents never married at all.
Child support is intended to help with the many expenses involved in raising a child, such as the costs of housing, food, clothes, transportation, school supplies, extracurricular activities, and doctor visits.
Whether you’re asking for child support — or being asked to pay — it’s important to understand your rights as a parent, and to have an experienced North Carolina child support lawyer looking out for the best interests of you and your child.
Since 2000, Jonathan Breeden has been a tenacious advocate for people needing help with child support matters in Wake County, including in Raleigh and Willow Spring, and surrounding suburbs in Johnston and Harnett counties. Jonathan is a skilled negotiator who can represent your best interests when coming to an agreement over child support, and a tough trial lawyer who can fight for you if your child support matter goes to court.
Call Breeden Law Office today to schedule your appointment with a talented Raleigh child support lawyer who will work passionately to get you the best possible outcome for your case.
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